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As 2018 came to a close, many people thought back on their last 365 days and then took to social media to chronicle the highs and lows of their year. Chance The Rapper was no exception.


Just before the New Year, Chance The Rapper told the world about that time he saved a man's life.

Lucky for us, HotNewHipHop's Instagram captured and posted Chance's story.



Chance began with a photo of a wrecked car dated "APR 1, 2018."

"AY so I never told this to the world but my friends can merch. I saved a persons life by myself on Easter Sunday this year omw to church. NBS on everything"

The story continued:

"This afterwards but basically I was driving to church dolo, about to go south on lakeshore and another car drives into the wall in front of me goin like 90mph comin off the exit. I was the only person out there when it first happened and his car was on fire so I had to break his window take off his seatbelt let his seat back and pull a whole grown man out of the car unconscious."

He finished the recollection, saying:

"Sidenote: I was only by myself at first, then two older men helped me pull folks out the front after I go the doors open. But def was getting that "am I getting punk'd" at first"

Chance also made sure to include the most important part of his story:

"In reality I never was able to find out if dude was alright so if this is yo uncle or something let a ni--- kno 🙏🏾"


Not long after his story posted to Instagram, Chance shared an incredible update to the tale.



Fans shared their appreciation of Chance's bravery.










Good work, Chance!

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