On a recent trip, rapper Jeezy demonstrated his charity by making a wonderful gesture to a little child with cancer.
The entrepreneur, who recently welcomed a kid with his wife, Jeannie Mai, took to Instagram to express his admiration for a little 11-year-old boy’s fortitude.
On a trip to Memphis, “The Snowman” mentions seeing a little child called Andre, who is 11 years old. The pre-teen is battling stage 3 cancer and was scheduled to travel to Memphis for treatment. On the plane, the former Boyz n da Hood member handed the small child his first-class seat and sat next to his mother. Yeezy invited Andre’s mother and the small child to his event after speaking with her on the plane. Andre walked up to his event “like a boss,” according to Yeezy’s Instagram.
“Meet Andre, he’s eleven years old and one of the bravest young Kings I’ve ever met. On my way to Memphis, I encountered Andre. He was diagnosed with stage 3 cancer and was on his way to Memphis for treatment, according to what was overheard. I offered him my first-class seat so he could have his treatment like a boss. I chatted with his lovely and powerful mother as I took his seat. She informed me about her son’s incredible fighting abilities. Andre and his mother were invited to my presentation. He pulled up like a boss. Let’s offer some love to Andre.”
The billionaire and his wife Mai, a panelist on the daily talk program The Real, just welcomed their fourth and first child.
According to Vogue, after the rapper and talk show presenter married in a small ceremony at their Atlanta home last spring, the altruistic couple decided to give back to the community. Jeezy’s Street Dreamz Foundation partnered with The Tony Robbins Foundation to distribute 1,000 bikes to Atlanta’s inner-city youngsters, according to People.
The event was held by Wheels of Dreamz at HBCU Clark Atlanta University ahead of a rally with Jeezy and then-Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms.