Chance The Rapper Was So Impressed By 'Get Out' He Did This Good Deed
You do what you want when you poppin'
What happens when you walk out of a movie with your mind blown? You'd want to tell everyone you know, right?
Well, yesterday, after seeing Jordan Peele's Get Out, Chance did just that.
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In fact, Chance was so impressed, he bought tickets to the movie's showing for the entire day so everyone in his neighborhood could see it themselves.
I bought all the tickets to #GetOut at Chatham Theatre on 87th Just pull up with ID and enjoy the movie.— Lil Chano From 79th (@chancetherapper) February 26, 2017'
I think it's safe to say Chance is one of the most benevolent rappers we've seen in a long time.
From petitioning mixtapes and non-purchased music for Grammy consideration to giving the south side of his city one it's first major concerts since 2003, The Chattam rapper has been intentional about enriching and giving back.
Specifically choosing the Chattam Theater on 87th was huge, too. Being that Chicago is one of the most segregated cities in America, with Chicago's southside receiving a disproportionate amount of resources than its counterpart, Chance attracting business to his local movie theater is just the economic activity the neighborhood needs.
The act of kindness even got fellow Chicago rapper Twista inspired.
Get Out received a perfect score on Rotten Tomatoes -- something very few films can claim -- and is now being called 'anti-white' and 'racist' by some viewers, which adds appeal as well.
Did you get a chance to see Get Out this weekend? Share your thoughts below!