Simply put, Chance the Rapper is a legend; not just on the mic, but off it as well. Just last month the Chicago-based rapper helped organizing a free festival for teenagers and now today, he’s doing work for the community of Chicago. This time, Chance focuses on the youth at a local community day camp, taking them on a trip to the local Field Museum. It should also be noted that over July 4th weekend in an eight-hour span in Chicago, 65 people were shot, 10 of which died. The rapper announced his initiative via Twitter this morning and from the looks of it, they had a blast:
Surprising our first @ChicagoParks day camp today by taking them up to THE FIELD MUSEUM for a special behind the scenes look at history!
— Chance The Rapper (@chancetherapper) July 7, 2015