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Rapper 2 Chainz Feeds Over 120 Homeless People Instead Of Reopening Their Atlanta Restaurant [Video]



  • Rapper 2 Chainz and his business partner Snoop Dillard decided to shift their focus to helping people instead of reopening their business.
  • On April 27 they fed more than 120 homeless people in Atlanta, Georgia.
  • They served them a part of their restaurant’s regular menu, the butter chicken pasta, plus a bottle of water.

Famous American rapper 2 Chainz decided to not reopen his restaurant just yet and instead focus on feeding homeless people in Atlanta.

Having grown up from Atlanta himself, the rapper fed over 120 vagrants on Monday, April 27—which was supposed to be the same day he was to reopen his food business, the Escobar Restaurant and Tapas.

He posted on twitter saying: ‘Instead of opening Escobar Restaurant up today we decided to feed the homeless.’

With the help of his business partner, Snoop Dillard, they handed out free food nearby their downtown Atlanta location. Still following the social distancing guidelines, the hungry members of the community lined up outside to receive some blessings from the kind celebrity.

The delicious food they were served was part of the restaurant’s regular day time menu, the butter chicken pasta, partnered with a bottle of water.

Snoop also drove around in his car and handed food to others living on the streets, according to TMZ.

Escobar Restaurant and Tapas have been operating to serve takeaway meals in the recent weeks following the precautionary measures imposed by the government to lessen the spread of the novel coronavirus. 2 Chainz and Snoop have been looking forward to reopen as soon as possible.

Brian Kemp, Georgia’s governor, after easing some restrictions on lockdown, gave chance to businesses to get back, although it received criticism because many believe it’s still too soon to reopen and the risk is still high.


Well, it’s a good thing that 2 Chainz and Snoop decided to shift their focus from opening their business to helping people instead. Kudos!

Source: UNILAD