Platinum-selling rapper Young Jeezy has teamed up with local Dallas radio station KKDA to volunteer for a community food drive in the area.
The hip-hop superstar will take time out of his busy schedule to show appreciation and care for the less fortunate citizens throughout the Dallas area. Organized by the city’s popular urban station K104.5 FM, Jeezy is scheduled to assist in the various needs of the day’s event and is expected to interact with both the local residents and fans.
Jeezy has been seen doing a number of community-oriented events recently as he has helped children by putting together a Back 2 School giveaway including clothes and school supplies as prizes along with touring the country to make people aware and registered to vote in the past presidential election.
The food drive is currently scheduled to take place Sunday, November 16 at 4 p.m. CST at the Tommie M. Allen Recreation Community Center
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