- American rapper Meek Mill has made a significant donation to the All in Challenge aimed at raising funds for coronavirus aid
-The music star offered up his Rolls-Royce Phantom which is reportedly worth over GHC2.9m
- Mill shared a photo of the luxury automobile on Instagram as he made the announcement
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As the world continues to wage war against the coronavirus pandemic, it has become evident that it is important for everyone to come together in concerted effort in other to defeat the virus which continues to pose a threat to humanity.
In light of this, wealthy individuals, corporations across the world have continued to make huge financial contributions to help provide food and medical relief for those who have been affected with COVID-19.
One of such commendable efforts is the All in Challenge which is now trending on social media. It is a challenge that sees celebrities making significant contributions for coronavirus aid.
Among those that recently made a significant contribution to the challenge is American rapper Meek Mill. The music superstar donated his Rolls-Royce Phantom which is reportedly worth over GHC2.9 million, towards the COVID-19 aid.
Sharing the news on his official Instagram page, Mill described the luxury automobile as the dream car that motivated him to chase success. The rapper also noted that he is going to miss the car.
Mill said: “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”
Check out the post below:
According to reports by Daily News, the All In Challenge has raised over $2 million and will divide 100% of the proceeds among the charities Meals on Wheels, No Kid Hungry and America’s Food Fund, who will then disperse the funds to World Central Kitchen and Feeding America.
Some months ago, YEN.com.gh reported that Meek Mill shared his plan to buy a mansion in Africa. Although Mill did not reveal the country where he will be buying the mansion, Nigerian, Ghanaian and South African nationals tried convincing him to buy it in their country. The Africans that took to Meek Mill's comment section told the rapper what he stands to gain in their country.
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