Generous US rappers who donated to fight the coronavirus

Generous US rappers who donated to fight the coronavirus

The situation is serious. The coronavirus pandemic has paralyzed the world. All countries are at a standstill and the economy is at a low point. We are witnessing one of the biggest health crises in recent years.

Concerned about the suffering of people, the rappers decided to mobilize to fight against this pandemic. Through donations of donations of money, food and protective equipment. They are on all fronts to help the most vulnerable, hospital workers and various organizations.

  • Dr Dre

Dr. Dre is mobilized against the coronavirus. Originally from Compton, he always has a gesture to help his community.

Currently, he has donated 150,000 free meals to residents, coronavirus supplies and tests.


  • Master P

Rapper Mater P is involved in the fight against the pandemic. Aware that the elderly in New Orleans are affected by the virus. He donated hand sanitizer and also offered a home cleaning service.


  • Jay-Z et Meek Mill

To help the prison and penitentiary environment, the two rappers donated 100,000 surgical masks to the Reform association, which works in several American prisons. This aid will support prisoners, health care workers and correctional officers on Rikers Island, DOC in Tennessee and Parchman Prison in Mississippi.

In addition, Meek Mill donated his Rolls-Royce Phantom 2018 for an online auction “All In Challenge” to help the most vulnerable during this epidemic. All funds raised by the ALL in Challenge will go to four charities that are fighting food insecurity during the pandemic.

  • Cardi B

Since the start of the pandemic, Cardi B has been committed to helping healthcare workers and paramedics who fight everyday to save lives.

It has delivered more than 20,000 vegetarian dishes to New York health professionals, 20,000 bottles of the OWYN vegan supplement to New York hospitals.


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Jay-Z et Rihanna

Mobilized together, Jay-Z and Rihanna donate $ 2 million.

Through their respective “Sean Carter” and “Clara Lionel” foundations, they donated $ 1,000,000 to fight the pandemic.

This donation aims to help vulnerable populations “undocumented workers, incarcerated populations, the homeless and the elderly, and the children of frontline health workers” in New York and Los Angeles.

«There are a number of populations who are especially vulnerable during this pandemic — those who are undocumented, incarcerated, elderly and homeless, as well as children of frontline health workers and first responders. Now more than ever, we need to support organizations prioritizing the health and rights of these individuals.”

 “They provide child care, learning materials, food and supplies for the children of front-line health workers and first responders, provide learning materials to more than 20,000 children and young learners in shelters and virtual mental health support for parents, and care centers are clean, have smaller groups of children and that all staff are protected. “

  • Megan Thee Stallion

Rapper Megan Thee Stallion has teamed up with Amazon Music to provide supplies, money and tablets to caregivers and residents of the Park Manor Skilled Nursing Facility in Houston.


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Hey hotties I partnered w/ @amazonmusic 2 support Park Manor Skilled Nursing Facility in Houston Texas🤘🏽 Its so important to #stayhome ! #realhotgirlshit

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  • DJ Khaled

With his foundation, Dj Khaled has partnered with Direct Relief to provide 10,000 masks to hospitals for healthcare workers in Miami and New York.

  • Snoop Dogg

Rapper Snoop Dogg has partnered with Beyond Meat to donate more than a million vegan burgers to vulnerable people during the pandemic. This food aid will be distributed to various organizations, food banks and front line workers.

  • Quavo

On April 2, 2020, to celebrate his 29th birthday, on April 2, rapper Quavo launched a COVID-19 fundraiser at via his Quavo Cares Foundation. It has partnered with a non-profit organization and Emory Healthcare to provide masks, isolation gowns, and face shields to keep healthcare professionals safe.

In addition, he encourages his fans and friends to donate to help healthcare workers.

  • Birdman

Birdman has pledged to pay the rents of certain residents of New Orleans, who have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic.


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I would like 2 offer to pay everybody rent for month of May (for those who in need) in residents area of UPTOWN New Orleans where I was born and raised at from mac melph calio and ST Thomas housing also from 3rd ward to 17th ward I would like HANO to support us on accomplishin this and @q93fm I also spoke with @theuptownangela to help me put this togather I would like our mayor @mayorcantrell help support this cause also wanna thank all hospital on front line Risking they life to save lives I wanna thanks everybody that wrk with tha Gladys and Johnny foundation my company cashmoney records @cashmoneyofficial @republicrecords for always supporting our foundation for 20plus years @universalmusicgroup #RICHGANG🦅 #STUNNAMAN @hotboyog333 @kimmykim504 @ceto504 @stunnabrand stay safe #DOIt4MSGLADYS

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  • Future

Rapper Future donates masks through his foundation to provide masks to healthcare workers and patients.


  • Slim Thug

 To help police and Houston bus drivers, Slim Thug donated 1,000 bottles of hand sanitizer.


  • Lecrae

Lecrae has partnered with a nonprofit Love Beyond Walls nonprofit to provide portable wash stations for the homeless to wash their hands in Atlanta.

  • YG

With its non-profit foundation, YG donated $ 10,000 in personal protective equipment to families in emergency housing in downtown Los Angeles. This includes masks, gloves, disinfectant, board games, diapers and more.

  • Trae Tha Truth

To help prison community (health care workers + prisoners), Trae Tha Truth donated 4,000 masks to the Houston Methodist Hospital and Harris County Prison.


  • Ja Rule

Ja Rule donated 3,000 masks to New York City homeless shelters to protect them from the virus.

  • Puff Diddy

Since April 12, Puff Diddy has launched a fundraiser to fight the coronavirus. He raised $ 3.7 million by hosting a “special dancethon” to support the non-profit humanitarian organization Direct Relief.

  • Bun B

Bun B and Chester Pitts (the former goalkeeper of the Houston Texans) work in partnership with the Altus Foundation and Church at Bethel’s Family to provide meals and groceries to more than 1,000 families in Houston.

  • 2 Chainz

2 Chainz and his business partner, Mychel “Snoop” Dillard, decided to donate meals from their Escobar restaurant to feed healthcare workers at the Southern Regional Medical Center in Atlanta.

  • Lil Durk

Lil Durk donated meals from Phlavs restaurant, owned by his manager Dilla, to hospital workers at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago.


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This the side of me the world don’t show they rather see TMZ saying dead or in jail we going to get through this together s/o @phlavz for the meals #OTF

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  • Kanye West 

Associated with Chick-fil-A and LA Dream Center, Kanye West made one of 300,000 meals to help the Los Angeles area.

  • Drake

Drake participated in Michael Rubin’s All In Challenge and committed to offering a fan a flight on his private jet to spend time with him and his friends.

“I’m going to offer up everything I can for this challenge. So whoever wins, you’ll get the chance to fly on Air Drake. I’ll have the OVO package waiting for you on the plane, the Nike care package waiting for you on the plane. Fly you to L.A. You’ll get to come and party with us, one of our private parties at Delilah.”


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