- The Washington Times - Wednesday, October 9, 2013

The famous rapper Coolio just gave a group of college kids a story they will never forget.

Coolio was in England for a show this week and met a couple of students from the University of Central Lancashire in the V.I.P. area.

Coolio reportedly offered to cook the kids dinner an one of their apartments. After stopping by a grocery store to pick up the ingredients for a caprese salad, a peach crumble and something called “Chicken á la Daaaamn,” Coolio decided to treat the kids to a rendition of his biggest hit, “Gansta’s Paradise,” TMZ reported.

One person strummed on an acoustic guitar as everyone in the room, drinks in hand, assisted Coolio with the melody.

After the performance, one student told TMZ that Coolio was a “great guy” who “had some very deep and profound thoughts on life and his time in the business.” 

Another student called it “the most surreal night of our lives.”

 


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