2 Chainz is feeding the homeless instead of re-opening his Atlanta restaurant

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While Governor Kemp announced last week that restaurants would be able to reopen today in Georgia, rapper 2 Chainz had an idea of his own.

2 Chainz decided to help out his community by feeding the homeless instead of reopening his Atlanta restaurants for dine-in service.

With the help of several volunteers, 2 Chainz was able to feed about 120 homeless people Monday, the day he was originally supposed to re-open his 2 food establishments, Escobar Restaurant and Tapas.

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