Chance The Rapper and Vic Mensa meets with President Akufo-Addo (Credit: Instagram/@beyondthereturn)
It seems Chance The Rapper did not only come to Ghana to explore the country and make friends but to also engage in dialogues that could see the possible strengthening of the relationship between Ghana and the diaspora.
The rapper earlier in the week met with President Akufo-Addo at the Jubilee House. He visited the seat of government with his friend and colleague, Vic Mensa.
The purpose of their meeting, according to the handlers of Beyond the Return’s Instagram page, was to discuss an idea that could aid in bridging the gap between artistes in Ghana and the U.S.
Chance The Rapper and Vic Mensa hoped to use their strong ties and relationships in the music industry to connect artistes as well as amplify the talent in Ghana and the rest of Africa.
Also present at the meeting was YouTube creator and TEDx Speaker, Ivy Prosper and some members from the Beyond The Return team.
Since arriving in the country, the award-winning musician has been spotted at numerous sites and events.
Chance The Rapper also posted some photos he took outside the Jubilee House.
Chance The Rapper got the nation talking when he was cited at a church on Sunday (January 9) morning.
According to a post on Instagram, the church where he worshipped was built by his family years ago. He also revealed that his family has also built a school in Jamestown.
ChanceTheRapper (@chancetherapper) visits church which his family built in Ghana 🇬🇭. He has been seen on social media listening to a sermon on Sunday from one Bishop Nkansah, whom Twitter seems to have taken a hearty interest in… lolx. pic.twitter.com/852UzIESCR
— Kenneth Awotwe Darko (@TheKennethDarko) January 9, 2022
Chance The Rapper later linked up with Sarkodie. The two were seen hanging out in a studio.