Meek Mill has always been one to give back to local communities, in his hometown of Philadelphia. Now, the “Expensive Pain” rapper is continuing his generosity this week.
According to TMZ, Meek will appear at the Philly Convention Center, this upcoming weekend. It will be there, where he will hand out over $500,000 worth of Christmas gifts, to children. These include bikes, video game gift cards, laptops, tablets, and dolls.
Patriots owner Robert Kraft, Sixers Co-Owner, Michael Rubin, and Roc Nation are also partnering with Meek, for this event. This will officially be held on December 19. In addition to this huge Christmas event at the Convention Center, Meek Mill donate $30,000 to Twelve Days of Christmas, which is an organization that helps families during the holiday season.
This all comes after Meek had a lot of success with his fifth studio album, “Expensive Pain,” in October. This was Meek’s first album in almost three years, and went on to debut at number three, on the Billboard 200 chart. It was led by singles such as “Sharing Locations,” ft. Lil Durk and Lil Baby and “Blue Notes 2,” ft. Lil Uzi Vert.