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These days you can’t even do a good deed without being criticized for it.

That’s probably what Chance The Rapper said to himself after a columnist from the the Chicago Sun-Times brought up his recent child support case. She did it after Chano donated $1 million to Chicago public schools.

“You can’t hand out money to benefit children you don’t know and come off looking like you are being stingy when it comes to your own child,” wrote Mary Mitchell.

Afterwards, Chance posted a video and fired back, at not only the columnist but anyone else who had something to say about his family. Basically, he said people need to focus on their own jobs to make Chicago better and leave his personal life out of the conversation.

#chancetherapper and family

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The rapper also included his girlfriend Kirsten Corley in the video, as well as their daughter Kinsley, probably to show that his family life is completely intact.

Why Mitchell chose to pick on someone who’s trying to do good is unknown.

Don’t worry about anything else. Do Your Job.

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No matter what we are, we’re always family ‍‍

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