some rappers and their real names

future - nayvadius demun wilburn
young thug - jeffrey lamar williams
chief keef - keith cozart
gucci mane - radric davis
waka flocka flame - juaquin james malphurs
earl sweatshirt - thebe neruda kgositsile
ghostface killah - dennis coles
method man - clifford smith
raekwon - corey quontrell woods
kendrick lamar - kendrick lamar duckworth
ab-soul - herbert anthony stevens IV
schoolboy q - quincey matthew hanley
danny brown - daniel dewan sewell
yo gotti - mario mims
dj paul - paul duane beauregard
juicy j - jordan michael houston
asap rocky - rakim mayers
asap ferg - darold ferguson jr
peewee longway - quincey lamont williams
rich homie quan - dequantes lamar
lil bibby - brandon dickinson
lil herb - herbert wright
curren$y - shante scott franklin
2 chainz - tauheed epps
Hologram Performance Is Shut Down by Police
The Chicago rapper made a virtual appearance at a music festival outside of Chicago, but the authorities shut it down.
By Joe Coscarelli

Joe Coscarelli:

A performance by the Chicago rapper Chief Keef — or rather, his likeness, beamed live via hologram from California — was shut down by the police on Saturday night in Hammond, Ind., after warnings from the mayor’s office that the performer could not appear, even digitally, promoters said on Sunday.

The surprise appearance of Chief Keef at Craze Fest, a hip-hop festival in Hammond, about 25 miles outside of Chicago, was scheduled after a series of canceled hologram performances by the rapper, born Keith Cozart. Last weekend, a Chicago theater called off a similar show after representatives for Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s office deemed Chief Keef “an unacceptable role model,” whose music “promotes violence” and whose presence via hologram “posed a significant public safety risk.”

Not an Onion article. Disturbing the peace via hologram. The future is now.