Chance the Rapper “don’t want no problems” with his wife, Kirsten Corley.
A rep for the “No Problem” emcee told TMZ that he and Corley are doing fine, despite fans sensing that there was trouble in paradise after Chance was seen dancing “inappropriately” with another woman.
“Everyone has their moments, but they’re all good,” the rep told the outlet Saturday.
Page Six has reached out to Chance’s rep for comment but did not immediately hear back.
Rumors about Chance and Corley potentially having marital issues surfaced as the “Coloring Book” rapper celebrated his 30th birthday in Jamaica earlier this month for Carnival 2023.
Model Mela Millz posted a video on Instagram of herself whining on Chance as he leaned back and slapped her on the butt several times.
The father of two was shirtless for the outing, wearing just his signature “3” hat and a pair of tie-dye shorts, while Millz was dressed in a traditional Carnival costume.
While the provocative moves are part of the Caribbean culture, many people thought his dancing was inappropriate for a married man. Others, however, defended his actions, saying that it was no big deal because that’s what everyone does at Carnival.
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“This is definitely not inappropriate unless he and his wife had a conversation & she didn’t want him to attend. If you attend then you may end up dancing & having fun. That’s the point of the event,” a fan tweeted.
Corley, 29, seemingly took issue with the incident, as days later, she shared an excerpt from Maya Angelou’s essay “Home,” which talks about how people never mature.
“Most people don’t grow up. It’s too damn difficult. What happens is most people get older. That’s the truth of it,” Angelou writes.
“They honor their credit cards, they find parking spaces, they have the nerve to have children, but they don’t grow up. Not really. They get older.”
The highlighted excerpt the former model shared concluded, “And you find out what it costs us to love and to lose, to dare and to fail. And maybe even more, to succeed.”
Corley captioned the cryptic post, “I hope one day, we all choose to grow up.”
Chance legally married Corley in 2018 before throwing a star-studded wedding ceremony in 2019.
They share two daughters: Kensli, 7, and Marli, 3.