Offset Donates Toys, Clothes, Internet & More At Holiday Giveaway In Atlanta

Offset has given back to Atlanta’s less fortunate at his most recent appearance.

The ex-Migos rapper teamed up with the Ann Cephus Family Fund (ACFF) — named after the rapper’s grandmother, and founded by Offset himself — to distribute a myriad of goodies including toys, clothes, internet service, and more on Friday (December 3) to the less fortunate in Gwinnett County.

“I want to thank you guys for supporting me on the second year of Toyz 4 the Nawf that I’m doing,” he said to Fox 5 Atlanta, referring to the name of the annual event. “I’m giving back to my community. I’m trying to inspire the youth and show them that your dreams can come true. And then when you’re blessed, you bless other people.”

Offset isn’t the only ex-Migos member who gave back to Atlanta during the holidays.

Last month, Quavo provided those in need with the makings of a proper Thanksgiving feast.

A statement announced that the Migos rapper launched Honcho Farms on November 20, with a pre-Thanksgiving an open-air farmers market for families, in partnership with his Quavo Cares Foundation and Urban Recipe.

In celebration of his new venture and as an example of the work Huncho Farms intends to continue doing, the “Hotel Lobby” rapper was able provided meals for more than 300 families in need.


Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *