21 Savage is celebrating the holiday season by giving back to his community. On Tuesday night, the rapper served meals to 300 families in need at an early Thanksgiving feast hosted by his own Leading by Example Foundation.
Savage, who calls DeKalb County home, took to the local YMCA center in Stone Mountain, Georgia for the festivities. Videos obtained by TMZ, show that the rapper was joined by his mother, Heather Joseph, and that he donned a red apron to serve out traditional Thanksgiving meals — plates full of turkey, mashed potatoes, sweet potato casserole, stuffing, mac and cheese and, of course, gravy.
21 Savage is a fixture in his community, with numerous charitable and youth-focused programs, including his annual "Issa Back 2 School Drive" where he gives school supplies to underprivileged children and his financial literacy campaign "Bank Account."
While his music career has been derailed by ICE proceedings, the rapper continues to give back to his community.