Martin Short swapped airplane seats with a 7-year-old girl so she could sit with her father. The father turned out to be Chance the Rapper.

Chance the rapper, Martin Short.

Chance the rapper, Martin Short.Getty/Julia Reinhart; Getty/Roy Rochlin

  • Chance the Rapper recently received a kind gesture from Martin Short during a flight.

  • The “No Problem” rapper described how Short gave up his seat so he could sit next to his daughter.

  • “What a great person!” he wrote. “CALL JACK FROST.”

Chance the Rapper detailed how he ended up on the receiving end of a delightful act of kindness from “Only Murders in the Building.” Actor Martin Short during a recent flight.

“So I just got on this plane with my daughter and realized our seats weren’t next to each other,” the “No Problem” rapper tweeted Sunday.

“I really don’t want to bother anyone by asking them to switch seats, but before I could say anything, this kind elderly gentleman offered Kensli his seat so we could sit together,” he continued.

“We both said thank you and as he stands up I realize it’s THE Martin Short!”

Chance, whose real name is Chancelor Bennett, said 7-year-old Kensli “freaked out” from the encounter because she loves the movie “Santa Claus 3” in which Short plays Jack Frost.

“What a great person!” added the Chicago native. “CALL JACK FROST.”

One commenter wrote under Chance’s tweet, “Martin Short is the only person who really matters.” Another added, “He’s a gem!”

When one fan joked that Chance should have jumped at the chance to sit next to Short himself, he replied, “Oh thanks so much but the little girl will be fine where she is… *opens laptop* ANYWAY this was.” there’s a little script I was working on called ‘Four Amigos!’”

In early February, Chance sent his fans into a frenzy by teasing a special concert to celebrate the 10th anniversary of his sophomore mixtape, Acid Rap.

Although the project, which includes features by Twista, Childish Gambino and Action Bronson, was and remains free to download, three months after its release it charted at #63 on Billboard’s Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums for Bootleg Downloads on iTunes and Amazon.

Until today it was Downloaded over 1 million times.

On Feb. 1, Chance compiled a montage of clips from the period in an Instagram video, which he captioned “Who Wants a Show?”

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