- Roc Nation rapper Meek Mill has promised to donate over N200 million to families from his hometown in Philadelphia
- The rapper who was born and bred in Philadelphia will also donate an additional N12 million to a local volunteer group that helps families during the Christmas period
- In 2020, the Lord Knows hitmaker surprised many families with gifts and donations during the festive season, but because of the pandemic he could only video call them
US rapper Meek Mill has wowed fans after saying he is donating over N200 million ($500k) to the less fortunate families in his hometown of Philadelphia.
Meek's Christmas gifts to families
The All Eyes On Me hitmaker was born and raised in Philadelphia and every Christmas he's been giving back to the community.
According to TMZ, the rapper is planning to hand out a huge sack full of gifts for families in need this weekend and these gifts will include things like bikes, video game gift cards, laptops, tablets, and dolls.
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Meek incorporated some of his friends in this plan, among them Patriot's owner Robert Kraft, his managers at Roc Nation, and Sixers partner Michael Rubin.
The Bag of Money rapper will be handing out the giveaways on Sunday and is expected to do the deliveries personally while meeting his fans.
In 2020, Meek donated things to many families in his hometown but due to the pandemic, he could only talk to them via a video chat.
TMZ further reported that the rapper will also donate an additional N12 million to a local project that's being run by a volunteer organisation that helps families during Christmas.
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The singer shared a video to thank everyone who sent money to his account, including those that gave their widow's mite.
The father of three then stated that he won't be keeping the money as he believes that he can impact lives with it.