Chance for the rapper to re-enter his hometown on "Saturday Night Live" and wear a Chicago Teachers Union sweatshirt to honor the teachers striking there. "I fully support you," he said to the applause.
Previously, he tweeted a photo of striking teachers, including one with a "chance" hat. "I gotchu," he tweeted.
In "SNL," the host and musical guest mentioned for the night that he had donated $ 1 million to public schools in Chicago last year – and then burst out into a rap that called the "city, Chi-city, hailed as the "second city," but Chance knocked, "That does not bother me, I have to tell you, I think it's the opposite, sometimes the second best is better as the first one. "
That was his concern, also to honor Rans everywhere ̵
Kyle Mooney, an actor on "SNL," had some of his own ideas for Chance's rap because he said his hometown in San Diego was "nice" as in the second city of California . "Watch the video above.