Chance the Rapper spoke at the Chicago City Hall on Tuesday to support Amara Enyia as mayor.
.@possibility that the rapper he says he supports @AmaraEnyia Because she is an activist. Enyia adds "it would be very difficult" to find someone with the depth and breadth of their experience. It also says that they support people "who are economically in the background." pic.twitter.com/ChBLLqX61T
– Wendy Widom (@wendywidom) October 16, 2018
Chance the Rapper also announced that he was not running for mayor, despite speculation.
"Buy the Chicago "It's not really to lead racist bitches out of business," he said recently. Genius. "I really brought it to provide more jobs for black and brown people in the city as writers in a high profile publication."
In that same song, he faced the lieutenant mayor of Chicago, Rahm Emanuel, who later announced that he would not seek re-election. "And Rahm, you're done," hits Chance on the track. "I'm waiting for a resignation and an open investigation into all these paid vacations for murderers."
After Emanuel announced that he would not seek re-election, Chance congratulated grassroots organizations and reminded Chicago that they must choose a new person to lead their city who "cares about fairness in regards to education, work development and medical care. " Segregated cities in the country. "
It seems that person is Amara Enyia. "Narcissistically, if I support you, you have an opportunity," the rapper said during the press conference.
Chance has also donated millions to public schools, mental health centers and other areas of Chicago's infrastructure.
With all your local efforts, it's a wonder that Chano still has time to finish his joint project. Good job ass with Kanye, and his next solo effort that is also in the works.