DaBaby And South Music Gave Meals To Medical Frontline Workers
During the coronavirus pandemic, everyone is doing what they can to help. The healthcare system has been badly hit and not only in the US, but all over the world. Global economies are also suffering, and the entire world is in the middle of a terrible crisis these days.
That's why it's important to give a helping hand and every gesture, as small as it might be counts.
It's been just revealed that Dababy and South Music Group treated healthcare workers and their staff with an Easter Dinner this past Sunday evening, according to the reports coming from The Shade Room.
'DaBaby and the SCMG treated workers at the Novant Health Presbyterian Medial Center with individual meals from their local favorite restaurant, Omaggio Pizzeria,' TSR posted.
TSR continued and reported that 'Despite an announcement from the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services that the state's coronavirus numbers had significantly increase, DaBaby and SCMG made sure to step up during this time with their generous donation!'
Such acts of kindness are really important these days, and a helping hand always counts.
DaBaby's fans were happy to learn about the news, and they made sure to praise him.
Someone said: 'This is the first time DaBaby made headlines in a positive way,' and one other follower posted this message: 'The media is making it seem like the DaBaby is a bad person... but he is out here doing good things.'
One other follower said: 'Smh why isn’t this going viral ?? never wanna show when he is doing something good smh.'
Someone else said: 'Y'all better not accidentally cough on DaBaby or reach for the meals too quickly. No sudden moves.'
Another commenter posted this message: 'They’re giving meals to the frontline workers who make $120+ an hour and there are people without a job unable to feed their children. Those people will be ok and have no issue ordering. Let’s help those that can’t.'
At the beginning of this year, DaBaby was booked by authorities for a purported assault, and following the initial accusation and arrest , the man in question apparently intends to file a lawsuit against the artist.