Chance The Rapper's Desperate Attempt to Find Kidney Donation for Aunt Gets Positive Responses
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The 'No Problem' hitmaker resorts to begging his fans to locate a kidney donor for his ailing aunt Toni, whom he dubs 'one of the strongest forces in my life.'

AceShowbiz - Chance The Rapper's ailing aunt may soon get a new kidney that she needs to survive. The rapper recently turned to Twitter to make a desperate plea for a kidney donation, and many have responded with offer to help.

"I really need help," the 26-year-old star tweeted on Thursday, May 23. "My Auntie Toni is one of the strongest forces in my life, and she is in dire need of a #kidney. We have exhausted all options and have been wait listed for years. My family believes in the power of prayer and we give this problem up to God."

He also asked fans' prayers for his aunt, adding, "A prayer really goes a long way." The Grammy Award-winning rapper was a bit apologetic for his emotional plea, writing in another post, "I'm sorry it was a lil overwhelmingly emotion writing this."

He later revealed his aunt's blood type to help find out whose kidney has got the chance to match his aunt's. "Her blood type is O positive, you can get a quick blood test and physical to find your a match," he wrote after several inquiries from fans.

Chance The Rapper Begs Fans to Find Kidney Donation for Aunt

Chance The Rapper's emotional plea for kidney donation for his aunt has received positive responses from his Twitter followers.

His fans clearly understand the situation and within minutes many of his followers expressed their willingness to donate their kidneys for Chance's aunt. "Hi Chance. Please send me a message. In the past few days I have signed up to become an altruistic living donor in Scotland," one user responded. "This seems like it was meant to be. Please let me know if there is anything I can do to help."

Another wrote back, "What's her blood type if I match take my kidney if my extra one is good." Someone else similarly offered to help, "I have O + blood. Let me know how I can help!! I'm in Costa Mesa-CA."

Some others were sending their prayers. "praying for her. you'll find someone generous enough. love you," one user wrote. Another echoed, "Love and prayers my dude, hope she gets a speedy recovery."

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