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Chance The Rapper Thanks Dwyane Wade For Apology

10/30/2016
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Chance the Rapper

(Radio.com) Chicago Bulls guard Dwyane Wade caused controversy when he used a "throat slash" gesture after making a three-point shot in a game against the Celtics on Thursday night, according to CBS Boston.

Wade later took to Twitter to apologize to his fans. "I wanna apologize to my young fans on my gesture at the end of last nights game," he wrote. "I was caught up in the emotions of my first game at home."

Fellow Chicagoan Chance the Rapper appreciated Wade's apology and chimed in with a simple thank you message of his own via Twitter. See both tweets here.

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