BIG Sean Feeds The Hungry In Detroit

Only a star like Big Sean could remember the needy on Thanksgiving.

New Music rap star Big Sean was a hero on Thanksgiving. He gave out 650 turkeys to the needy in his home town in Detroit early this week.

According to gossip site TMZ, “Big Sean gave away more than 100 hams to the Metropolitan Detroit Area through his charity the Sean Anderson Foundation.”

The rapper seemed delightful sharing his big day with his fans at home and to support his humanitarian initiative was comedienne and actor, Mike Epps.

Reports say the food is expected to provide roughly 30,000 meals for families around the city over the next 3 days.

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