Atlanta, GA – Offset showed support for his fellow Georgia voters on Election Day 2020. The Migos rapper partnered with The Lincoln Project to give out free food at the polls in Gwinnett and Fulton County on Tuesday (November 3).

The multi-platinum selling artist traveled around the Atlanta area, working in a food truck during the day. Atlanta’s The Slutty Vegan and Big Dave’s Cheesesteaks provided the food, helping to feed people participating in the electoral process.

Offset also achieved a personal milestone as Tuesday was the first time he’s voted in a presidential election. Earlier this year, he voted for the first time in his life when he participated in Georgia’s primary elections.

This year’s election motivated Offset to get more involved the political process. He showed his support for Joe Biden by performing at an Atlanta rally for the Democratic presidential candidate on October 27.

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Outside of politics, things appear to be getting better in Offset’s personal life. His wife Cardi B changed her mind about divorcing him after the couple reconciled. She originally filed for divorce in September.

Check out some of the footage of Offset providing free food to voters below.