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Meek Mill plans on giving away $500K worth of gifts to children

Rapper Meek Mill plans to give away $500,000 worth of gifts this coming weekend in his hometown of Philadelphia. 

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The Going Bad rapper has reserved a portion of the one million square-foot Convention Center to hand out a sack full of gifts to families struggling financi

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    The Tupac Back rapper, who was born Robert Williams, also is getting his friends to kick in.

    These benefactors include billionaire Robert Kraft, owner of  the National Football League’s New England Patriots; Michael Rubin, co-owner of the National Basketball Association’s Philadelphia 76ers; and Meek’s managers at entertainment company Roc Nation.

    Big backers: The rapper also is getting his friends to kick in, including billionaire Robert Kraft, owner of the National Football League's New England Patriots; Michael Rubin, co-owner of the National Basketball Association's Philadelphia 76ers; and Meek's managers at Roc Nation

    Big backers: The rapper also is getting his friends to kick in, including billionaire Robert Kraft, owner of the National Football League’s New England Patriots; Michael Rubin, co-owner of the National Basketball Association’s Philadelphia 76ers; and Meek’s managers at Roc Nation

    Mill also will donate $30,000 to the local chapter of Twelve Days of Christmas Inc., a volunteer service organization that helps out less fortunate families in the Philadelphia area.

    During the pandemic last year, Mill had gifts delivered, surprising the families. 

    He could only video chat with them.   

    Lighter pockets: Mill also will donate $30,000 to the local chapter of Twelve Days of Christmas Inc., a volunteer service organization that helps out less fortunate families in the Philadelphia area

    Lighter pockets: Mill also will donate $30,000 to the local chapter of Twelve Days of Christmas Inc., a volunteer service organization that helps out less fortunate families in the Philadelphia area

    This year Mill plans to participate in-person at the convention center, according to the entertainment website.

    Last month, Mill faced some backlash after he branded the flight attendant of a private jet racist and legit online dispensary refused to fly after he and his entourage were asked if they were smoking marijuana as they boarded a flight out of New York City.

    The Philadelphia rapper uploaded a clip of the confrontation on his Instagram story, with the caption: ‘He asked if we was smoking weed on his plane … we just got on 20 seconds ago … racist p***y slowed my whole day up??? I need to book a plane in NYC ASAP!!’

    Good deeds: During the pandemic last year, Mill had gifts delivered, surprising families. He could only could only video chat with them. This year he plans to hand out gifts in-person

    Good deeds: During the pandemic last year, Mill had gifts delivered, surprising families. He could only could only video chat with them. This year he plans to hand out gifts in-person

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