Keeping It Real: The Probability That The Rapper Addresses Of Vandalism Of LeBron James' House
Someone wrote the N-word in the star of the NBA's door.
New York, NY – Chance The Rapper is not one to shy away from the topic of racism. The winner of the Grammy Award, appeared on ABC's The View and was asked about the recent incident in which someone painted a racial slur on the home of NBA star LeBron James. Lil Chano gave a wise answer that addressed the realities of african americans, including those who have reached a high level in their careers.
"It's kind of a common pattern in the history of America, out of luck," he said. "When people who look like me to get to a certain point of success ... I mean that LeBron James is, for me, the greatest of all time, the basketball player, and people want to remember how they see you as a second class citizen. There's not much you can do other thing that continue to thrive."
Opportunity of the statement echoed the sentiments of James, who was even more direct with his assessment of the situation. Before leading his Cleveland Cavaliers in the 2017 NBA Finals, the All-Star was forced to address the treatment of the black community due to the disgusting act of vandalism.
"It just shows that racism will always be a part of the world, part of America," said James in the NBA Finals media day Wednesday (May 31). "I hate the united states, especially for african americans, is to live the day-to-day. It is hidden most of the days. Is that I live each day. I think I go back to Emmett Till, the mother, and the reason why she had an open casket, I wanted to show the world what her son went through in terms of a hate crime in the united states. No matter how much money you have, how famous you are, how much people admire you, to be black in america is difficult."
Possibility of stopping for The View is also addressed his thoughts on the President of Donald Trump's stance in Chicago and their motivation to donate money to the Chicago Public Schools. The politically active artist he also rejected the idea of running for public office, stating that such a posit