Covid-19: Rapper, Meek Mill donates his N1.8b Rolls Royce to help feed the hungry

The ongoing global pandemic caused by highly dreaded Coronavirus, otherwise known as Covid-19, has posed global economic and health threats that have brought nations of the world to their knees.

These economic and health threats, if left for the government alone to fight, might claim thousands if not millions of lives as the pandemic continues to mercilessly ravage nations of the world.
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In as much as the United States of America is a world power, challenges posed by the covid-19 pandemic have thrown them off balance and just like in every part of the world, individuals and private cum nongovernmental organizations are coming to the aid of their governments by helping in every little and possible means they can to help contain the spread of the virus and survival of the infected.
It is in this regard that popular Philadelphia born American rapper, Robert Rihmeek Williams, professionally known as Meek Mill has donated his car worth 500,000 U.S dollars and over 1.8 billion in Nigerian Naira.
According to him, this huge donation is to help the less privileged Americans during this time in need.
The 32-year-old rapper announced he is donating his 2018 Rolls Royce Phantom to be auctioned off in the ‘All In Challenge.’
The rapper took this decision after being called out by the creator of the initiative, Michael Rubin.
“I’ve accepted the #ALLINCHALLENGE from @MichaelRubin.” He tweeted.

Taking to his Instagram page, he wrote:
“THIS MY BABY IMA MISSSSSSSS YOUUUUUUUUUU 😘😘😘😍😍😍😍😍 papers signed!! #donated “ my dream car that motivated me to chase success!! #allinchallenge
Yeah I be snapping with helping people too 😉”
The #AllInChallenge is aimed at raising millions of dollars to help provide succor to the Americans in need during this Covid-19 period.
Meek Mill made this known today, April 15, 2020.
See Instagram post as made by Meek Mill below: