The pair helped serve up over 3,000 Thanksgiving turkey dinners alongside Diddy’s daughters, Chance, D’Lila and Jessie Combs, as well as Yung Miami’s son Jai Malik Wiggins Jr. on Thursday (November 24). The family also passed out hygiene products, medical care and clothes, while even providing local residents with free haircuts.
“This Thanksgiving, it’s important to give back to the community and spread love to people less fortunate so they know they’re not alone or forgotten,” the “Gotta Move On” hitmaker wrote in a press release.
“The Caring Place at Miami Rescue Mission has been doing incredible work for over 100 years supporting those in need, and I’m thankful for the opportunity to partner with them, Caresha, and my family to bless the city this holiday season.”
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The Caring Place at Miami Rescue Mission is a charitable organization that has served the Miami community for over 100 years, and strives to change the lives of homeless individuals through comprehensive residential programs.
Diddy elaborated on his excitement in an Instagram post that featured a heartwarming video of the event. “One of the greatest gifts God can bless you with is the power to give back!” he wrote. “Happy Thanksgiving to all!! GOD IS THE GREATEST!”
King Combs’ “Can’t Stop Won’t Stop” singe with Kodak Black went to No. 1 on Urban radio this week, while Puff’s “Gotta Move On” collaboration with Bryson Tiller topped Billboard‘s Adult R&B Airplay charts this week.
“The way you feel when you and your son do something that’s never been done and make history and go number 1 at the same time!!” Diddy wrote on Instagram while celebrating the feat. “We sending this one out to all the fathers!! WE CAN DO THIS!!! LOVE! LOVE!! LOVE.”
As for Yung Miami, the City Girls rapper recently starred alongside her Bad Boy boyfriend in his “Diddy Freestyle” video, which samples the same Leon Haywood song that Dr. Dre famously flipped on his 1992 hit “Nuthin’ But a G Thang.”