Music mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs provided some coronavirus relief in Miami on Tuesday, by handing out money and gift cards to residents.
According to the Associated Press, the rapper and his children held a community event in Overtown, where he assisted many residents facing economic hardship during the pandemic. Diddy wore a clear face shield and black gloves as he worked his way through the crowd, greeting fans and families.
In addition to cash, $50 Publix supermarket gift cards and bags containing hygiene products also were handed out.
At an event at the House of Wings, Combs also announced that his Sean Combs Foundation is giving a grant to a local organization that will help 175 families in the area to pay rent during the pandemic.
Diddy’s foundation is partnering with Teens Exercising Extraordinary Success (T.E.E.S.). They are also working with Michael Gardner and Headliner Market Group and Miami Dade County Commissioner Keon Hardemon on the project.