He probably isn't, but stranger things have happened.

It's the latest chapter in the ongoing feud between the rapper and current Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel, with Chief Keef recently asking his fans to "tell him to stay the fuck off the people's music."

It all began last week, when Keef planned to throw a hologram concert in Chicago to raise money for the families of fellow Chicago rapper Capo, who died in a shooting earlier in the month, and 13-month-old Dillan Harris, who was killed by a car fleeing the scene. However, the mayor's office cancelled the show saying it constituted a "significant public safety risk." Keef then tried to organise another hologram concert at Craze Fest last Saturday in Hammond, Indiana, but it was also shut down by the police: "No one ever gave me a reason why they didn’t want the hologram to appear," explains promoter Malcolm Jones. "They didn't have a real reason. They believed that it would start trouble, but the first thing Chief Keef said via hologram was: 'Chicago, we need to stop the violence. Let our kids live.'"

The situation seems to have awoken the political side of Chief Keef, who tweeted the following: