Chief Keef posters… that’s that sh*t Chicago police don’t like!
Chief Keef’s street team has been hanging up posters to promote the rapper’s debut album that will drop Dec. 18.
The CPD have been tearing down Chief Keef “Finally Rich” posters citing a violation in the Chicago Municipal Code which states:
No person shall distribute or cause others to distribute, as defined in Section 10-8-325, commercial advertising material by means of posting, sticking, stamping, tacking, painting or otherwise fixing any sign, notice, placard, bill, card, poster, advertisement or other device calculated to attract the attention of the public, to or upon any sidewalk, crosswalk, curb or curbstone, flagstone or any other portion or part of any public way, lamppost, electric light, traffic light, telegraph, telephone or trolley line pole, hydrant, shade tree or tree-box, or upon the piers, columns, trusses, girders, railings, gates or parts of any public bridge or viaduct, or upon any pole box or fixture of the police and fire communications system, except such as may be required by the laws of the state and the ordinances of the city, or on any bus shelter, except that the city may allow the posting of decorative banners in accordance with Section 10-8-340 below.
Police plan to issue to citations to anyone they find hanging up the promotional material.
“It seems as if he’s being hailed a hero,” said Chicago Police union Vice President Daniel Gorman, according to The Chicago Sun-Times. “But it’s a smack in the face to the police officers who are serving the citizens of those communities.”