Quavo, DaBaby and Kodak Black are among the many entertainers giving back to their communities for Thanksgiving.
The Migos member brought smiles to his fans as he distributed free dinners Tuesday in Atlanta during his Quavo Cares Turkey Drive. The 30-year-old personally dropped turkeys in car trunks and happily posed for selfies.
Quavo wrote in an Instagram post, "No matter how far U go U gotta take it back to where it begin."
DaBaby gave away 100 gift cards, each worth $100, for a total of $10K, to pay for Thanksgiving dinners Monday in the parking lot of a Walmart in Charlotte, North Carolina. He was mobbed by hundreds of people and, due to the overwhelming crowd, the "Suge" rapper was forced to end the event early.
"Pop up Thanksgiving Giveaway yesterday went way crazier than expected!" DaBaby commented on Instagram. "Wanted to help out whoever we could before I got my family situated for the Holidays! I got something BIG planned for Christmas y'all hold tight!"
DaBaby was disappointed he wasn't able to assist everyone who attended the event.
"Anybody we couldn’t get to through the chaos yesterday find a way to reach out we gone try our best to help," he added. "We don’t want NOBODY going without but I had to end it early it was too hectic for the elderly ppl & the kids out there."
In South Florida, Kodak Black's team gave away 5,000 turkeys worth nearly $15,000 this week, according to TMZ. The "Zeze" rapper wasn't able to appear because of his court-ordered 90 day drug rehabilitation program. His workers made seven stops in three days, including the Golden Acres neighborhood in Pompano Beach, where he grew up.
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