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Chance the Rapper Supports Mo’Nique’s Netflix Boycott

Grammy Award-winning musician, activist and philanthropist Chance the Rapper has reportedly voiced his support for veteran actress and comedian, Mo’Nique’s Netflix boycott.

According to Billboard, the rapper voiced his support for the entertainer after she appeared on  The Breakfast Club Friday.

A few weeks ago, Mo’Nique made headlines when she called for the public to boycott the popular streaming platform. She accused it of racial and gender bias while negotiating a special with the company.

“Please stand with me,” she posted to social media. “I love us.”

Chance took to Twitter to voice his support for the comedian and Academy Award-winning actress:

There we go.


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