Kanye West is putting his love for Chick-fil-A to good use. The rapper has teamed up with the fast-food chain to provide 300,000 meals to those in need during the coronavirus pandemic.

Ye and Chick-fil-A's donations will be distributed to struggling families through the Christian nonprofit Los Angeles Dream Center. Thanks in part to this sizable pledge, the Dream Center will be able to serve 11,000 meals daily to people affected by the pandemic in the LA, this includes meals delivered to elderly folks quarantined in nursing facilities.

Ye first endorsed Chick-fil-A on Jesus Is King's "Closed on Sunday." While his affiliation with the fast-food chain may seem positive, it is not without controversy. The rapper has been criticized in the past for aligning with the restaurant because of its connections to anti-gay marriage groups.

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