Chance The Rapper, whom Fortune Magazine just named one of their 50 greatest world leaders, is serious about activism. The Grammy Award winning rapper recently revealed to ABC 7 Chicago that activism is in his blood, and that his biggest enemy besides satan is inequality.“I guess activism is in my blood. My great-grandmother marched with King, my grandmother had herself and all her children volunteer for Harold Washington. Like I said, it’s a lot about responsibility and integrity,” he said.
The rapper continued,
“I care because it’s my responsibility. I was raised to not kind of be ignorant to important issues that affect my people. My biggest enemy besides Satan is inequality,” Chance said.
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