Chance The Rapper shows support for Kanye West's presidential bid, faces Twitter backlash
CHICAGO — “Chance” was trending on Twitter this morning after Chance The Rapper launched into a series of political tweets that confused and sparked controversy among his followers. The Chicago rapper’s rant began with a reply to Kanye West’s music video tribute to his late mother, throwing his support for West’s presidential bid.Here’s how it broke down:He engaged antagonists to his stance, quote tweeting this reply to his initial tweet by Twitter user @MXultra, offering just one word of commentary:In response to myriad replies — some denouncing Chance’s support for West and others questionin...
Who Is Kirsten Corley, Chance The Rapper’s Fiancé?
Chance the Rapper announced on Wednesday that he will soon marry his longtime girlfriend Kirsten Katrina Corley.WHO IS KIRSTEN CORLEY, CHANCE’S NEW FIANCE?While plenty of people celebrate on the fourth of July, Chance has more reason to than most; he asked the loaded question to his girlfriend, who enthusiastically said yes. The couple’s two-year-old daughter Kensli was present for the moment, walking towards her parents as Chance proposed.Chance quickly took to Twitter to publicly announce the happy news:Corley started dating Chance back in 2013, although the two were briefly separated in 201...
Chance The Rapper Says He’s Not A Trump Supporter After President Tweets About Him
Chance The Rapper has clarified that he does not support Donald Trump.Chance received some backlash after he tweeted, “Black people don’t have to democrats.”SLIDESHOW: DONALD TRUMP’S 30 CRAZIEST TWEETS His tweet came as a response to Kanye West going on a Twitter rant and voicing his strong approval of Trump. Trump saw Chance’s tweet as a stamp of approval and thanked him in a tweet. Chance responded with a tweet that said, “I ain’t in it.” Chance also posted a tweet with caption, “My fault yo” referring to his defense of Kanye. He reiterated that he does not support Trump and never could.“I’d...