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Back to school season is in the first stretch of the year, and 21 Savage comes through in a big way for the children of Atlanta.
The rapper just celebrated his follow-up back-to-school drive with an afternoon of give awayas and inspiration. The Issa Back To School Drive took place over the weekend, where the ‘Issa’ rapper delivered free backpacks, school uniforms, and school supplies.
The Atlanta-bred native teamed up with streaming service Spotify and set up a shop on Glenwood Road, which was in the neighborhood of where the Savage rapepr grew up. 21 even performed his hit ‘Bank Account’ at the event and told HNHH:
It’s important because this is where I came from. I never really had influences like this. Nobody really did anything like this….I just want kids to stay in school.
Checkout a photo the rapper shared over the weekend below:
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