Chance the Rapper fires back at Chicago Sun Times Paper

“Y’all better do y’all jobs and stop worrying about how good my family is…”


It was just a week ago when the Chicago Sun-Times paper released an article about Chance the Rapper and his child support battle with his baby’s mother Kristen Corley. The article seemed to attack the Rapper and his family. They wrote:

“Last month, Kirsten Corley, the mother of Chance’s 18-month-old daughter, asked in court for temporary child support, as well as money to obtain and furnish a home. She also wants an automobile.

“Corley, who is unemployed, maintains that she is the child’s primary caregiver.

Kirsten is essentially being held hostage in Chancelor’s residence as, on one hand, he will not assist her with the support necessary to obtain her own residence unless this entire matter is resolved on his terms, yet on the other hand, Kirsten does not have knowledge of what specific objections Chancelor has to her counter proposal and therefore, it would be impossible to resolve,” states Corley’s child-support petition.”

Chance the Rapper decided to make a short Instagram post addressing the paper article and he wasn’t holding any of his emotions back. He said:

Y’all better do y’all jobs and stop worrying about how good my family is,” he said. “Just a friendly reminder. Don’t let anybody get between you and your family.” He continued “Don’t be afraid of what other people are saying about you. Do your job and everything will be fine.” To punctuate his retort, he teamed up with his daughter to send the last blow. After Kensil mumbled directly at the camera, Chance interpreted her words by saying, “Sun-Times, get the f–k back.’”

What do you guys think about the article written by Chicago Sun-Times paper? Do you feel it’s crossing the line when you start gossiping about the family of talent? Let us know in the comments below.

It was just a week ago when the Chicago Sun-Times paper released an article about Chance the Rapper and his child support battle with his baby’s mother Kristen Corley. The article seemed to attack the Rapper and his family. They wrote:

“Last month, Kirsten Corley, the mother of Chance’s 18-month-old daughter, asked in court for temporary child support, as well as money to obtain and furnish a home. She also wants an automobile.

“Corley, who is unemployed, maintains that she is the child’s primary caregiver.

Kirsten is essentially being held hostage in Chancelor’s residence as, on one hand, he will not assist her with the support necessary to obtain her own residence unless this entire matter is resolved on his terms, yet on the other hand, Kirsten does not have knowledge of what specific objections Chancelor has to her counter proposal and therefore, it would be impossible to resolve,” states Corley’s child-support petition.”

Chance the Rapper decided to make a short Instagram post addressing the paper article and he wasn’t holding any of his emotions back. He said:

“Y’all better do y’all jobs and stop worrying about how good my family is,” he said. “Just a friendly reminder. Don’t let anybody get between you and your family.” He continued “Don’t be afraid of what other people are saying about you. Do your job and everything will be fine.” To punctuate his retort, he teamed up with his daughter to send the last blow. After Kensil mumbled directly at the camera, Chance interpreted her words by saying, “Sun-Times, get the f–k back.’”

Don't worry about anything else. Do Your Job.

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What do you guys think about the article written by Chicago Sun-Times paper? Do you feel it’s crossing the line when you start gossiping about the family of talent? Let us know in the comments below.