Atlanta, GA

Big Boi treated several residents of Atlanta’s Patients of Loving Arms Hospice to a day at the movies. The Outkast luminary and his company Celebrity Trailers bought out Stonecrest Theaters to screen Black Panther for the residents and their families, according to Fox 5. 

Celebrity Trailers co-owner Janice Ahmed explained why it was important to the Hip Hop vet.

“It touches his heart because his family are on hospice as well,” she said. “And he wanted to get his family out to go ahead and still enjoy life.”

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Loving Arms Hospice employees told Fox 5 the Boomiverse MC took care of transportation and snacks in addition to the price of admission. Big Boi took to Instagram to express his gratitude for everyone involved.

“Every one loved the film !,” he captioned the photo. “Thanks to my team for making all this possible #BlackPanther @janiceahmed #GodIsGreat @bigkidzfoundation @celebritytrailers @shea_buttah.”