2 Chainz and his business partner, Snoop Dillard, decided that opening their Georgia Escobar Restaurant was too risky right now with Coronavirus cases still rising in the state.
Instead the rapper fed over 120 people outside his restaurant and Dillard drove around the downtown location to pass out free meals to the homeless.
Georgia decided to open up businesses even though there are still rising cases of Coronavirus within the state, many business owners including Killer Mike, who owns a string of barbershops, have decided to wait a little longer to open so as to not jeopardize their employees or the community.
Rapper, 2 Chainz is finding another way to serve his community safely. 💯https://t.co/BscgIFHVe6
— BET Music (@BETMusic) April 28, 2020