Chance The Rapper Has Message for His Wife After She Shades Him Over 'Inappropriate' Dance Clip
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The 'Winners' singer seemingly responds to his wife Kirsten Corley-Bennett's apparent diss aimed at him by sharing a video of comedian Bill Burr talking about marriage.

AceShowbiz - Chance The Rapper has a message for his wife after he was called out for dancing with another woman. The Chicago-born star has seemingly responded after his wife Kirsten Corley-Bennett appeared to shade him over his "inappropriate" dance video.

On Friday, April 28, Chance shared on his Instagram Story a video of comedian Bill Burr talking about marriage and fights that happen within it. In the clip taken from the 2019 Netflix special "Paper Tiger", the stand-up comedian declared, "Yeah, I love my wife to death. I love everything about being f**king married, but I'll tell you this right now, we do fight a lot. We do argue all the time."

"If I've learned anything in five years of being married, is we're always working on me. You know?" Bill further admitted in the video. He joked, "Evidently, my is this completed work under museum glass that is to be admired and studied, like, 'Hmmm, how did she do that?' And I'm like one of these... You know those buildings that just has scaffolding around it for, like, six straight years. 'Are they ever gonna finish that thing? Is that some sort of insurance job?' "

It's not clear of Chance shared the clip because it relates to his current situation with his wife, but it arrives after Kirsten shared a cryptic message about not growing up. On Tuesday, she posted a screenshot of quote from Maya Angelou and highlighted some part of it that details the difference between getting old and growing up.

"Most people don't grow up. It's too damn difficult. What happens is most people get older. That's the truth of it," the highlighted quote read. "They honor their credit cards, they find parking spaces, they marry, they have the nerve to have children, but they don't grow up. Not really."

"They get older. But to grow up costs the earth," it continued. "It means you take responsibility for the time you take up, for the space you occupy. It's serious business. And you find out what it costs us to love and to lose, to dare and to fail. And maybe even more, to succeed."

The Internet personality, who shares two daughters with Chance, wrote in the caption, "I hope one day, we all choose to grow up."

Last week, Chance was dragged by Internet users after he was seen dancing with a scantily-clad woman at Carnival 2023 in Jamaica. In a video shared by model Mela Mills who was dancing with the rapper, she was seen grinding on shirtless Chance as he leaned back and slapped her butt.

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