By Yuriy Andriyashchuk
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer
21 Savage always gives back to his city of Atlanta in its local communities and that hasn’t changed at all for this upcoming holiday season. According to TMZ, he gave out 300 Thanksgiving meals to families in Stone Mountain, GA tonight.
The event is taking place at the DeKalb County YMCA center. 21’s mother, Heather Joseph, joined alongside him as they handed out turkey, mashed potatoes, sweet potato casserole, stuffing, mac and cheese and, of course, gravy. This summer, he was in his native East Atlanta area giving out school supplies to children as well.
21 made headlines earlier this year after he was taken into custody by ICE as they found out he wasn’t a documented American citizen and is actually from the U.K. His entered she U.S in July of 2005 but his visa expired in July of 2006. He was able to get out of ICE custody with help from Jay Z’a Roc Nation. 21 still isn’t allowed to travel overseas and is working on his residency. Big salute to him though on the amazing work that he does to help others here in the Atlanta area.
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