Chance The Rapper Traces His Origin In Ghana, Shows School His Ancestors Built In Jamestown [Photos]
Popular American rapper and record producer, Chancelor Johnathan Bennett, known within showbiz scenes as Chance The Rapper has been spotted attending a Sunday church service amid his trip in Ghana.
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The rapper had earlier revealed his intention to travel to Ghana to enjoy himself and mingle with Ghanaians while recording a few hits with some Ghanaian musicians. He is now in the country enjoying some scenes and touring some parts of Accra.
Earlier, he had revealed that his trip to Accra has changed his life but he aims at doing more before he departs from the country. He revealed that he has done everything he had wanted to do in Ghana except for one thing, which is meeting Sarkodie.
Well, in some photos and videos he shared on his Snapchat, Chance The Rapper traced his roots to dig out a few things his great grandmother and ancestors accomplished in the olden days.
In a post where he was seen attending a Sunday church service in Ghana, Chance The Rapper intimated that the Bishop of the church by the name of Nkansah knew his great grandmother.
He also pointed out a school named Amazing Grace Christian Academy, saying his ancestors built that school in Jamestown, adding that his great grandfather was a pan Africanist and captain under Marcus Garvey.
Chance The Rapper has been able to locate his ancestry, alluding to most of the things he saw which connected him to his ancestors, symbolizing that he was a son of slaves who were shipped from the shores of Africa to America.