How sweet it is to be loved by Chance the Rapper! The three-time Grammy winner treated his fiancée, Kirsten Corley, to a special night just ahead of Valentine’s Day.
An eyewitness tells Us Weekly exclusively that Chance (real name Chancelor Bennett) closed down Barneys New York’s flagship store in his hometown of Chicago on Monday, February 11, as an early gift to Corley, also 25. “Chance treated Kirsten to a shopping spree and kept himself occupied while she shopped by dancing along to ‘Baby Shark,’” the onlooker says, referencing the viral children’s song.
Luckily for fans, the “No Problem” rapper, 25, captured a hilarious video of himself dancing and singing along to the catchy tune throughout the luxury department store. He later uploaded it to his Twitter page.
— Chance Owbum (@chancetherapper) February 12, 2019
Some people mistakenly assumed in the replies section that Chance was busting a move at a Forever 21 store, but he was quick to shut that down. “Stop saying I’m at Forever 21, you uncultured swine. This is @BarneysNY,” he joked.
“Chance was so happy to be celebrating his Valentine,” the eyewitness tells Us. “They enjoyed bite-size sandwiches, champagne and macaroons while shopping. Kirsten left with four extra-large shopping bags and four garment bags filled with clothing, shoes and accessories.”
The musician and Corley, also 25, started dating in 2013. After a brief split, Chance proposed to his longtime love at a backyard barbecue in July 2018. They are the parents of 3-year-old daughter Kensli.
Chance posted his “Baby Shark” video, which has already amassed nearly 140,000 likes on Twitter, shortly after announcing that he will release his long-awaited debut album in July. His last release, the 2016 mixtape Coloring Book, became the first-ever streaming-only album to win a Grammy.