Chance that the rappers supported Mayor Amara Enyia on Tuesday in Chicago's city hall on Monday
@chancetherapper says he supports @AmaraEnyia because she is an activist. Enyia adds, "You would be hard pressed" to find someone with the depth and breadth of their experience. He also says that they support people who "are economically at the bottom". pic.twitter.com/ChBLLqX61T
– Wendy Widom October 16, 2018
Opportunity, which the rapper also announced he was not running for mayor, despite speculation.
"I did not actually buy the Chicagoist out of business racist bitches," he recently told Genius . "In fact, I did it to provide more jobs for black and brown people in the city than writers in a high-profile publication."
On the same song he accepted the firmly employed Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, who later announced that he would not seek re-election. "And you made cream," Chance knocks on the track. "I expect a resignation and an open inquiry into all these paid holidays for murderers."
After Emanuel had announced that he would not seek re-election, Chance congratulated grassroots organizations and reminded Chicago that they needed to select a new person for their city "committed to justice in education, career development and health care in one of the most important areas." most of the country's separate cities ".
It looks like this person is Amara Enyia. "Narcissistic, if I support you, you have a chance," the rapper said during the press conference.
Chance has also donated millions to public schools, mental health institutions and other areas of Chicago's infrastructure.
With all of his local endeavors, it's a wonder that Chano still has time to complete his joint project Good Ass Job with Kanye, and his next solo assignment, which is also in the works.