Blinkers, we are wrapping up this first week of 2018 (happy feel good Friday!!) with some charming stories out of Chi-Town.
Chance–you’ll likely spot him at a Chicago school board meeting and city council hearing–the Rapper issa legit real life Robin Hood for the windy city, y’all.
Black Celebrity Giving reports Chance the Rapper dropped by a local party for inner city kids from Gyrls in the H.O.O.D Foundation in Chicago, when founder Chez Smith asked him to come through.
The “Down Wit That” rapper did just that by showing some love to the kiddies and supporting the foundation’s aim of empowering young girls to be responsible women.
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Morning Goodness💚! We love stories like this. One of our followers shared this story with us on how “Chance Came Thru.” Chez Smith founder of the Gyrls in the H.O.O.D. Foundation in Chicago hosted a party for local inner city kids complete with food, gifts, and more at DTLR. She asked Chance the Rapper to pop up and show love to the kids via social media and he actually did. @chancetherapper really is the gift that keeps on giving! #chancetherapper #giveback #givingisgood #goodness #blackcelebritygiving #gyrlsinthehood #chicago
Chance the Mayor has a nice ring to it. You know, if the hip hop career doesn’t pan out.
“Black-ish” star Deon Cole can be his deputy mayor.
Last month the Christmas spirit guided the comedian to two Chicago Jewel-Osco grocery stores where he picked up shoppers tabs.
30 shoppers to be exact.
Deon’s rep told Chicago Tribune that it was a spontaneous decision. Deon picked random shoppers to give holiday cheer.
Deon bring that cheer to Charlotte. I shop at Family Lion, jus sayin’.