(AllHipHop News) Teen sensation Diggy Simmons was in Chicago last week, where he showed support for Snoop Dogg's Snoop Youth Football League (SYFL).
Diggy and Jacob Lattimore surprised hundreds of teens, when they appeared at the SYFL benefit party in Chicago.
In addition to speaking to students to encourage them, the pair pledged their support for Snoop Dogg, and promised to return for a benefit concert.
Snoop Dogg launched the SYFL almost eight years ago, in South Central, Los Angeles.
The league now has divisions in three major markets, including Los Angeles Chicago and Las Vegas.
The SYFL serves at risk children age 7–13, in football and cheerleading to help the children develop skills needed to succeed in life.
The Chicago division of Snoop's league is in it's inaugural year.
The Chicago division is in its first season and is headed up by executive Tonja Styles.
The Chicago branch of the SYSL was launched earlier this year, in an effort to keep kids off the streets, shortly after the Derrion Albert tragedy.