Chance cosigned the enigmatic actor on Twitter on Saturday (December 10), admitting that he would willingly fork over money if Shia ever did bring out a record.
“I would purchase a Shia LaBeouf album. And I can merch it would be a classic,” Chano writes.
I would purchase a Shia LaBeouf album. And I can merch it would be a classic.
— Lil Chano From 79th (@chancetherapper) December 10, 2016
Chance didn’t really explain what he liked about Shia’s raps, but now that he’s working on his first full-length album, maybe we’ll see a feature from LaBeouf on his next record.
Combining Chance’s support with Soulja Boy’s promises that he’ll lift the no-fly zone on Shia if he agrees to cast him in a movie, it’s been a pretty good week for the actor’s rap career.
The “Crank That” rapper had originally taken a very aggressive stance on LaBeouf, saying “You was a actor. You was in Transformers. You was in Holes. You was on the Disney Channel, you don’t have no business with my name in your mouth.”
Things are looking up.