CHICAGO – Chance the Rapper is so serious about raising money for arts education programs in Chicago that he took a second job as a Lyft driver to get the word out.

The Chicago Tribune reports that the Grammy-winning Chicago-born hip-hop artist, who has donated millions of dollars to the Chicago Public Schools, recently became an undercover driver as a driver of the carpool service to make a video that encourages brokers to donate to the city. Public schools of art programs.

The video shows Chance, wearing glasses and a brown hat, and tells the riders that his name is John. It then reveals his true identity and encourages users to use the Lyft application feature called Round Up and Donate, which allows users to support their charity, The New Chance Fund or others of their choice.

On the same day the video hit the rounds, Chance the Rapper also posted on Twitter a photo of a media tip that suggests he might run for mayor: "Chance the Rapper to hold a press conference on the election of the Chicago City Hall ", with an additional comment from Chance" City Hall get up ".

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