Chance The Rapper is for the kids.
Chance The Rapper's been doing a lot lately, especially for the kids. He's been doing a lot of community work to help create opportunities and programs for kids in Chicago including with his own SocialWorks non-profit organization. While he's been doing a lot of good work for the kids in his area, he recently graced children's television with his infectious stature during an episode of "Sesame Street."
Chance The Rapper recently popped by "Sesame Street" for a brief appearance. The rapper hit Twitter to post a scene he did where he, Cookie Monster, Elmo and Abby Cadabby give a special shout out to Chance's three year old daughter, Kensli. During the clip, the characters ask Chance to give her a big hug for them before requesting to give her other gifts as well. Cookie Monster asks Chance to pass on a cookie from him. Chance later says Kensli could have plenty of cookies and chocolate milk. Abby later asks if Kensli could get a unicorn which Chance seems more reluctant about.
Chance also hit Twitter with some BTS footage of his time. It's a short clip where Chance is venting to Oscar The Crouch, telling him "I'm sick of people saying my music is trash."
In other Chance related news, he's been going strong with SocialWorks organization and helping out kids in Chicago. Most recently, he announced that Google donated $1 million to his organization to fund coding classes for twenty Chicago public schools in the west and south sides of the city.
Check out his Sesame Street appearance below: