On Sunday, Chance the Rapper shared the story of how he was recently on the receiving end of an endearing act of generosity from the actor Martin Short, who is known for his role in the movie “Only Murders in the Building.”

The rapper known for the song “No Trouble” tweeted the following: “So I just got on this aircraft with my kid, and found out that our seats weren’t next to each other.”

“I really don’t want to trouble anybody by asking them to switch seats,” he said, “but before I could say anything, this lovely older guy gave his seat to Kensli so that we could sit together.” Kensli accepted the offer, and the three of them were able to sit together. “When we were leaving, we each thanked one other, and as he stood up, I realized it was Martin Short!”

Chance, whose given name is Chancelor Bennett, said that Kensli, who is seven years old, was “freaked out” by the meeting since she adores the film “The Santa Clause 3,” in which Short plays the role of Jack Frost.

“Such an incredible human being!” the native of Chicago continued. “A SPECIAL THANKS TO JACK FROST.”

One of Chance’s followers commented in the comment section underneath his tweet, “Martin Short is the only person who actually counts.” Someone another chimed up, “He is a treasure!”

When one of Chance’s fans made a joke about how he should have seized the opportunity to seat next to Short himself, Chance responded as follows: “Well, I’m really grateful for your help, but I think the young girl will be just fine where she is… *opens laptop * ANYWAYS, here is a little story that I’ve been working on, and the working title of the script is “Four Amigos!”

This month, Chance has been teasing his fans about a special performance that would be held to mark the 10th anniversary of his second mixtape, “Acid Rap.”

The project, which features appearances from Twista, Childish Gambino, and Action Bronson, was and still is available for free download. However, as a result of bootleg downloads on iTunes and Amazon, the album only managed to chart at position No. 63 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart three months after it was initially made available to the public.

It has been downloaded well over a million times up to this point.

On the first of February, Chance posted a video on Instagram that included a compilation of footage from the time period. He captioned the video, “Who wants a show?”

By Anna

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