To make sure kids on his home turf don't go hungry while sheltering in place amid the coronavirus pandemic, Rapper G-Eazy is providing free meals to children in San Francisco for a month.
According to TMZ, the 30-year-old will be providing food for local at-risk youths through his Endless Summer Fund charity
G-Eazy has partnered with Larkin Street Youth Services to fund a local food truck named Mi Morena which will help reach community members who can't easily access meals at Larkin's walk-in sites.
The food truck which is equipped with a full commercial kitchen will provide lunch 7 days a week for the next month.
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