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Read Drake’s Text Messages to Chance the Rapper After Winning a Grammy

Drake has no problem with Chance the Rapper’s Grammy win.

The rapper from Chicago shared the all-caps reaction he received from Drake after winning his first-ever Grammy on Sunday. Chance was crowned champion of the best rap performance category for his song “No Problem” with Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz. Drake, who did not attend the Grammys due to currently being on tour in the U.K., won best rap/sung performance and best rap song for “Hotline Bling.”

“Congrats boi!” Drake wrote. “Well deserved. I am in Manchester having a drink for u broski.”

Then, three final words of encouragement: “More more more.”

In the photo, Chance typed out in response, “Love you bro! I’m hearing amazing things about your tour.”

Chance was notably nominated for seven Grammys during the first year that the Recording Academy accepted submissions for streaming-only artists. His album “Coloring Book” was a digital-only release. Drake was nominated in eight categories, including album of the year.

Chance kicked off the televised portion of the awards by winning best new artist and claiming his victory “in the name of the lord.”

View the texting conversation below:

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More Love @champagnepapi

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