21 Savage Serves Up Delicious, Hot Thanksgiving Meals

AllHipHop Staff

Atlanta rapper 21 Savage did some more good in the A this week, by feeding the local community.

(AllHipHop News) 21 Savage helped the needy by serving Thanksgiving meals at a local community center on Tuesday.

The rapper helped serve an early holiday feast to 300 families in need at the DeKalb County YMCA center in Stone Mountain, Georgia, with fans thrilled to see the musician among the evening's volunteers.

His mother, Heather Joseph, joined him, as they helped serve plates of turkey, mashed potatoes, sweet potato casserole, stuffing, macaroni and cheese, and gravy.

21 Savage, real name Sheyaa Bin Abraham-Joseph, is active in his local community, helping organize school supply drives and teaching youth the basics of money.

Tuesday's event was held by his Leading By Example Foundation.

Meanwhile, the "Bank Account" hitmaker's music career is on hold as he faces deportation from the U.S. and is unable to leave the country to tour, impacting his career and income.