American rapper, Chancelor Johnathan Bennett, better known as Chance, has taken his fans on a joy ride in Ghana as he is here for a short stay.
The rapper arrived in Ghana a few days ago to join his fellow Chicago rapper Vic Mensa, and the two have been bonding with their roots through music and other means. This happens to be Chance’s first time visiting Ghana.
According to the rapper, this trip has been both gratifying and eye-opening. The rappers went to a church in Accra on Sunday, which the rapper revealed his great grandmother helped to establish.
He scribbled on a video he took at the church while the man of God was preaching. “This Bishop Nkansah, he knew my great grandmother,”
In another post, Chance The Rapper disclosed that “my great grandfather was a pan Africanist and captain under Marcus Garvey“.
He also shared a photo of a school and wrote “they built this school in Jamestown as well“.