Chance the Rapper hosts 'Saturday Night Live', talks support of Chicago teachers strike

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Sunday, October 27, 2019
Chance the Rapper talks support of teachers strike on 'SNL'
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Chicago native Chance the Rapper returned to Saturday Night Live and had some encouraging words for the Chicago Teachers Union.

CHICAGO, Illinois -- Chicago native Chance the Rapper returned to Saturday Night Live this weekend, this time as host as well as musical guest.

During his opening monologue, wearing a red, Chicago Teachers Union sweatshirt, the rapper sent messages of support to the striking teachers.

"To the teachers in Chicago, I know you guys are on strike right now, I just want you to know I fully support you," the rapper said.

He also created some very funny raps about the city's nickname. Watch the video above to see more.

Chance first hosted the late-night comedy show back in 2017.