AceShowbiz - Chance The Rapper has made it through a bad day, thanks to his fans' support. The rapper/singer/songwriter has assured his followers that he is "all good" now after sparking concerns with his Instagram post.
On Wednesday, June 9, the 28-year-old got candid about feeling a little down that day. Writing over a plain black background, he shared, "Feeling overwhelmed and overextended. Will take prayers, encouragement and patience."
Chance, whose real name is Chancelor Johnathan Bennett, didn't explain what brought him down as he only captioned the post with a single emoji. His message sparked concerns among his fans and followers, who quickly sent positive messages to him.
"You got this chance!" one person assured him. A second wrote in the comment section, "Sending you positive vibrations my boy." A third one sent prayers for the Chicago native, writing, "I LOVE YOU BRO PRAYERS UP FOR YOU."
Another acquaintance offered to invite Chance to a party to boost his spirit back, "you got it family!!! im coming to the crib and Ima throw a party at YOUR production house, let me know if U want an invite, I'll try to get u in! LOve lil bro!! Take a breath. Get some closed eye hugs in from ya lil ones!!" Someone else shared Bible scriptures and reminded the star, "He sees you bro and everything, literally everything, is according to Gods plan."
The words of encouragement did work as only a few hours later, Chance posted updates on his Instagram Story to let his followers know that he's better now. "All good thanks for the love just gonna lay down for the rest of the day and start over tmw [praying hands emojis]," he wrote in one post.
He added in a separate Story, "Thanks for the encouragement and prayers. I GOT UP! Went to work. And now I'm going back to sleep."