Chance the Rapper slams Complex Magazine over Heineken commercial


Chance the Rapper has accused Heineken of producing a “terribly racist” commercial.

The 24-year-old hip-hop star has taken to Twitter to slam the Dutch beer company, accusing the brand of deliberately creating a racist advert in a bid to attract attention. The ‘No Problem’ hitmaker subsequently posted a link to the commercial in question but stopped short of telling his followers to boycott brands like Heineken. He took to Twitter explaining his point of view.

2 days after his post went live on Twitter, Chance found himself defending himself. According to his recent Twitter post, Chance thought Complex Magazine  may have misunderstood his point. Let’s just say, this rapper did not hold back.

Meanwhile, Chance previously likened himself to Kanye West, calling himself a “disrupter”. The rap duo has collaborated with each other in the past and Chance feels inspired by the famously outspoken star. He confessed: “Being around Kanye, Kanye says crazier s**t in private than he does in public, which is hard to believe because he says the craziest things in public.

“He does have a filter. He’s not a liar or somebody that is going to sugarcoat things when he does speak. But Kanye’s said some crazy s**t to me where I respond, ‘No, I don’t feel you at all.’

“I always wanted to be more of a person that people enjoy. Somebody that will make you laugh. I’m talking about just my personality, not necessarily how my music sounds. Because I believe I’m a disrupter like Kanye in a lot of ways.”



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