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EVERYBODY'S GIVING BACK! Megan Thee Stallion, 21 Savage, Big Sean & More Host Tons Of Families For Thanksgiving

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Celebs are lacing families with food so they can enjoy a Happy Thanksgiving. More inside…

Happy Holidays!

It’s that time of year again for turkey, stuffing, greens and all your Thanksgiving food staples to enjoy while spending time with family and friends. Before spending time with their own families, several celebs hosted Thanksgiving dinners for those less fortunate.

Megan Thee Stallion trekked it back to her hometown and made a beeline to the Houston Food Bank to donate turkeys to families in Houston.

”I landed right off my flight and came straight to the @houstonfoodbank and hotties we’ve already donated over 1,000 turkeys to families in Houston and still giving them out tonight and tomorrow!!!,” she captioned a video of herself handing out turkeys. “Thank you @houstonfoodbank and all the volunteers that came out for helping me give back to the city.”

 

 

 

 

The Houston Chronicle reports the FEVER rapper donated $15,400 worth of turkeys that were distributed to 1,050 households for Thanksgiving. The Fifth Ward, Southwest Houston and Kashmere Gardens were the neighborhoods that received the donations. 

An IG user hopped in Megan's comments and tried to discredit her good deed, but she served up the perfect response:

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Oop.

In Georgia...

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Rapper 21 Savage hosted a Thanksgiving dinner for members in the community at a DeKalb County YMCA center. He fed over 300 families on behalf of his Leading By Example Foundation and served folks during the event held at Wade Walker Park Family YMCA in Stone Mountain.

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21 Savage has yet to receive a court date for his immigration case, however, he's still taking time to give back to others. According to reports the 27-year-old rapper is not being allowed to tour outside of the US after being arrested and detained by ICE due his immigration status. It could take years before his immigration case is heard and he could still face deportation at that time.

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By the way, 21 Savage was nominated for two Grammy Awards, Best Rap Song and Best Rap Album.

In Maryland...

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Wanda Durant - Brooklyn Nets baller Kevin Durant's mother - proved why she's the REAL MVP. The NBA mom gave away 200 free turkeys to residents in Seat Pleasant, Maryland.

"This opportunity brings together the City and partnered organizations to share in the holiday spirit with those in need," Mayor Eugene W. Grant said. "It is heartening to see someone so loving and passionate as Wanda Durant expending her time and effort to help families enjoy the holiday season."

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"It is an honor and a pleasure for the Durant family to support families in our community during this holiday, and we do so with humble hearts and grateful spirits," Wanda said. She said her passion is to inspire under-served children and single mothers in communities much like those Kevin grew up in and others.

Loves it.

In Atlanta...

 

 

Superproducer Jermaine Dupri gave away vegan Thanksgiving meals.

"You know I’ve noticed everyone is feeding the needy families and homeless doing a great job but the overall thought is if your in either one of these positions, you have no choice,that’s where I come in," he wrote on Instagram. "Many traditional Thanksgiving foods are already vegan—like sweet potatoes, cranberries, pumpkins, and string beans.people just need alil education,once again thank you @Peta for making this possible @handsonatl @sweeac @cafesunflower and @the_tofurky_company God bless and Happy Thanksgiving"

Jermaine has been vegan for more than 10 years. He joined forces with PETA to feed 50 Atlanta families vegan eats for the holidays.

In Michigan...

 

 

Rapper Big Sean and actor Hill Harper helped Michigan Lieutenant Governor Garlin Gilchrist to give away more than 5,000 turkeys right before Thanksgiving.

 

Elsewhere...

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New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara and entrepreneur/author Larry Morrow hosted their annual Turkey Giveaway in New Orleans. The pair were joined in the 7th Ward by New Orleans Saints players Teddy Bridgewater and Marshon Lattimore, professional boxer Regis Prograis, and rapper Chopper to give away 1,000 turkeys to families in need. Nice!

 

Love to see it.

We hope you all have a Happy Thanksgiving O'Fab Ones!

 

Photo: Prince Williams / Getty /Anthony Tilghman /LarryMorrowEvents

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