Hip-hop sensation Chance The Rapper is putting actions behind his socially conscience lyrics and speeches.
In the wake of winning 3 Grammy awards, Chance is putting his boots on the ground in his native Chicago to try to do something about the piss poor public school system which is failing children at an extremely critical time.
Chance asked Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner for a meeting, last month to see what they could get done about the public school budget in the windy city. Friday, he was granted that meeting, but it appears he left extremely unhappy with Rauner; stopping to answer some reporters’ questions on his way out:
“Do your job…give a history of how we ended up here.” pic.twitter.com/9RvBMqz5zQ
— #AllofUs (@TimeForAllofUs) March 3, 2017
Chance has been outspoken on the issues plaguing the urban areas of Chicago, recently sitting down with Chicago Bulls G Jimmy Butler for The Undefeated to share his concerns:
We will see if Chance can spur the governor to take some real action to help stem off this crisis and create some tangible change.
If he doesn’t, he’ll have an angry Chance The Rapper & Chicago movement on his doorstep.