Chance is with her.
The rapper and Chicago native announced his support for Hillary Clinton during an interview, candidly admitting that while he can't speak to her policies, he feels a certain connection with her that doesn't exist with Donald Trump.
"Not to sound selfish, but she's from Chicago, so I would hope that she'd be engaged in our city's current troubles and needs," Chance said. "She has a certain sincerity that's hidden by the media. I'm not sure if it's because she's a woman or because Donald Trump just has a stronghold on the media at this time, but she's unfairly treated. I can't really speak on her policies but I feel a certain connection to Hillary Clinton that's just not there with Donald Trump."
Chance also took a moment to touch on racism, noting that it doesn't end just because you become rich and famous.
"Colorism and racism don't stop when you're a musician or when you have wealth or when you're in any given position. Kendrick [Lamar] going home Grammy-less [in 2014, when he was nominated in seven categories] was an awesome moment for people to recognize that it plagues us regardless of talent or skill," Chance said.
Clinton took to Twitter to thank Chance for his endorsement with a quick tweet.
"Thanks, @chancetherapper," she tweeted along with a link to his interview.
[ H/T Politico ]