Chance the Rapper Endorses Activist Amara Eniya For Chicago's Upcoming Mayoral Election


Though Chance the Rapper tantalized followers with a cryptic tweet relating to his curiosity in working for Mayor of Chicago, on Tuesday (Oct 16), he quashed hypothesis and endorsed activist Amara Eniya. 

During a press convention at Chicago's City Hall, Chance took the chance to voice his help for the pinnacle of Austin's Chamber of Conference. "If you're keen to see what this metropolis could possibly be, you'll vote for [Amara]," he mentioned. Besides explaining why Eniya's views "most align" along with his, he additionally scoffed on the thought of in the future working for Mayor. "I most likely gained't be ever working for Mayor of this metropolis," he added through the press convention. 

Earlier within the morning, sources advised ABC7 political reporter Craig Wall that Eniya had already advised pals that the Chicago MC was going to endorse her for the coveted place.

In latest months, Chance has been vocal about his disdain for town's present mayor, Rahm Emmanuel. Earlier this 12 months, Chance fired a number of jabs at Emanuel in his track "I Might Need Security." "And Rahm, you achieved, I'm expectin' resignation/An open investigation on all of those paid holidays for murderers," he rapped.

In an interview with Genius, Chance elaborated on his determination to thrash Rahm. "It’s vital that individuals know now we have a shitty mayor, however I’m positive everyone else has shitty mayors that they should fear about," he defined. "I simply actually hope that he’s not really gonna run once more as a result of it’s over for his ass, yo. It’s over for his ass."