Chance the Rapper took to Twitter on Thursday (June 22) to apologize to Dr. Dre, with a series of tweets where he recognizes being wrong for dissing the mogul and his Aftermath imprint during his “Be Encouraged Tour.”
For those who don’t recall, the Chicago rapper flashed images behind him while on stage during a tour stop in April, mocking the names and logos of famous labels. For Aftermath the image said, “Can’t Do Math Entertainment”, alongside a fake mock-up of the label’s logo.
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This week, Chance went to Twitter and offered a public apology. “I want to formally apologize to Dr Dre, and all of Aftermath for publicly disrespecting their hard work and contributions to music.”
He followed with a series of tweets explaining why he wants to apologize, which you can check out below: