Celebrities have a lot to be thankful for and Thanksgiving is all about showing the world their undying gratitude. From handing out meals, to hosting lavish dinners, our favorite stars are showing us how giving thanks really should be done.

This Thanksgiving, many celebrities thought it time to give back to their communities, and over the past few days everyone from 21 Savage to Big Sean and the Kardashians strapped on their aprons and handed out meals to the less fortunate. Others, like Kylie Jenner opted to ring in the holidays with an extravagant Friendsgiving feast that the makeup mogul claims she prepared herself.

Elsewhere, Chance the Rapper and Meek Mill were all about enjoying some quality family time. Scroll on to find out how some of your favorite stars spent their Thanksgiving 2019.

Cardi B gave thanks to friends and family

Megan Thee Stallion donated $15,400 worth of turkeys

Kris Jenner wants to remind us of our blessings

21 Savage & Big Sean enlisted their moms to help them give back

Kylie Jenner treated her friends to a feast

Chance The Rapper was all about family

Travis Scott shared a "before and after" pic

Meek Mill was turnt with the family

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Dj Khaled was all of us waiting to eat

Lil Uzi Vert was stylin' per usual

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Buddy had a Danksgiving in the booth

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The Game shamelessly promoted his album

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Kim Kardashian reminded us all she has a game...

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...and was thankful for all of her babies

Snoop is being... Snoop

Ryan Reynolds is gin o'clock

And Lil Nas X is celebrating a totally different holiday

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How are you celebrating Thanksgiving this year? Let us know in the comments.

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