What happened to Chance the Rapper in a carnival? Musician gets called out after lewd dance at carnival


Chance the Rapper is an American rapper, record producer and whatnot. He is 30 years old and was born in Chicago, Illinois on April 16, 1993. The rapper released his first ever mixtape named ’10 Day’ in 2012 but he got huge recognition after his second mixtape ‘Acid Rap’. He is one of the finest rappers in America and is doing his best to entertain people.

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Chance the Rapper

Facts about Chance the Rapper

Full NameChancelor Jonathan Bennett
Stage NameChance the Rapper
BirthdateApril 16, 1993
BirthplaceChicago, Illinois, USA
OccupationRapper, singer, songwriter, actor, activist
Years active2011 – present
LabelsIndependent (self-released most of his music)
GenresHip hop, gospel, soul, R&B
Notable Awards3 Grammy Awards (Best Rap Performance, Best New Artist, Best Rap Album)
Notable Albums“10 Day” (2012), “Acid Rap” (2013), “Coloring Book” (2016)
Notable Songs“No Problem,” “Same Drugs,” “Angels,” “Blessings,” “Cocoa Butter Kisses”
CollaborationsKanye West, Justin Bieber, Lil Wayne, Ed Sheeran, Childish Gambino, DJ Khaled
PhilanthropyCo-founder of SocialWorks, a non-profit organization supporting youth through the arts, education, and civic engagement
Other VenturesHosted “Saturday Night Live” in 2017, acted in “Slice” (2018) and “Steven Universe: The Movie” (2019)

About Chance the Rapper

Chancellor Bennett was raised in Chicago by his parents who both had ties to politics. Bennett’s interest in music began with Michael Jackson, but he started listening to hip-hop after hearing “Through the Wire” by Kanye West. West has been a big influence on Bennett’s music, and the two met at a music festival in 2014. Bennett started rapping in the sixth grade and formed a duo in high school. He gained attention after meeting Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley and released his debut project, 10 Day, after being suspended for ten days for smoking cannabis.

While attending Jones College Prep High School, Chance faced ridicule from some teachers over his musical aspirations. He recorded his first full-length project, 10 Day, in eight months following a 10-day suspension for marijuana possession. The mixtape, released in 2012, was well-received locally and helped him make connections with producers, including Chuck Inglish and Kenny Jame$. Forbes magazine also featured the project.

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In 2012, Chance appeared in Childish Gambino’s “They Don’t Like Me” track and was later asked to join Gambino’s North American tour as the opening act. In 2013, Chance released his second mixtape, Acid Rap, which was downloaded over 1.5 million times and received high critical acclaim. Chance then made a commercial for MySpace alongside Mac Miller, Pharrell Williams, and Schoolboy Q, among others. He also began his Social Experiment Tour in October and was listed on Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list in 2015. Chance also released a short film called Mr Happy in March of that year.

He contributed to the writing of and made many appearances on tracks for Kanye West’s 2016 album The Life of Pablo. He also had an appearance on the album This Unruly Mess I’ve Made by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis. On May 12, 2016, he released Colouring Book, his third mixtape, to critical and commercial success. Chance performed at the Magnificent Colouring Day Festival in September 2016 alongside Lil Wayne, Young Thug, Skrillex, Tyler, the Creator, and Lil Uzi Vert. Chance also starred in the new H&M advertising campaign. In February 2017, he performed at the 59th Grammy Awards and received three Grammys for his work.

Personal Life

Chancellor Bennett was raised by political and legal professionals in Chicago. He attended Jones College Prep High School, where he joined the Jewish Student Union, and grew up in a middle-class area. Bennett first fell in love with music thanks to Michael Jackson, but it wasn’t until he heard Kanye West’s “Through the Wire” on the radio that he learned about hip-hop.

Bennett, who started rapping in sixth grade and started the duo Instrumentality in high school, credits West with having a significant effect on him. Early concerts by Bennett took place at YOUmedia Lyricist Loft, and the mayor of Chicago, Richard M. Daley, was a fan.

What happened to Chance the Rapper in a carnival?

Chance The Rapper has been criticized for his behaviour at his 30th birthday celebrations held at the annual carnival in Jamaica. Videos of him dancing intimately with other women, including Trinidadian influencer Mela Mizz, have surfaced online. Some clips show Chance being held up by his entourage while playfully slapping her backside. This made him get called out at the carnival

Fans have raised concerns about him cheating on his wife, Kirsten Corley, as he did not celebrate his birthday with her. Twitter users have questioned his behaviour and labelled it as vulgar.

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