Sean “Puff Daddy” Combs gave his Bad Boy artist French Montana a $1 million check as a holiday gift.
“Shoutout @iamdiddy for that million dollar gift bonus #happyholidays,” French Montana says in an Instagram post.
French Montana was also credited with giving shoes to New York students.
“Huge thanks to @FrenchMontana for donating 100 pairs of Reebok’s to out Bronx students @Iwillgraduate program,” French Montana reposted on social media.
Montana grew up in the Bronx after his family relocated from Casablanca, Morocco.
French Montana featured on Puff Daddy’s MMMproject track “Blow A Check.”
Earlier in 2015, French Montana released a project called Casino Life 2: Brown Bag Legend. Later in 2015, Montana released a collaborative mixtape with Fetty Wap called “Coke Zoo.”
His sophomore album, Mac & Cheese, was rumored to release in 2015 but has been delayed.
Born Karim Kharbouch, French Montana signed with Bad Boy Records in 2012.
Huge thanks to @FrencHMonTanA for donating 100 pairs of Reebok's to our Bronx students @IWILLGRADUATE program pic.twitter.com/SoZHhuwaVG
— E4EA (@IWILLGRADUATE) December 24, 2015
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