- Popular American rapper Jonathan Lyndale Kirk, known as DaBaby, has impacted the life of a homeless mother and her young son
- The kind-hearted rapper gifted the woman $1,000 after she told him she and her son live in a car
- A video of the rapper, the woman and her son have surfaced online
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Rapper DaBaby has touched the lives of a mother and her son struggling with homelessness after she recounted her emotional ordeal about living in a car to the 2019 XXXL Freshman.
In a video first posted by rapper DaBaby, the homeless mother identified only as Amanda, who was captured with her child in town, approached the rapper at a clothing store and asked him if he would buy some of her hats.
According to reports, the homeless mother waited for three long hours for the DaBaby to show up at the store to get in touch with him.
DaBaby finally did and Amanda approached him with her situation.
Amanda told DaBaby that she and her young son are currently homeless and have been living in her car.
The North Carolina rapper then hands her $1,000 in cash for her hats. DaBaby then gives back some of the hats and tells her to sell them to someone else.
Overwhelmed by DaBaby’s benevolent gesture, Amanda breaks down and starts crying.
DaBaby took a photo with Amanda and her young child.
Watch video below:
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