Hip-Hop Gives Back: The Top Twenty Philanthropic Hip-Hop Artists

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Hip-Hop artists have hearts, too! To celebrate Thanksgiving Day, we’ve compiled a list of the top ten most philanthropic Hip-Hop artists who give their time and money to support their communities and people all over the world. Take a look to see which Hip-Hop artists made the list this year.

Baby

Baby of Cash Money Records celebrated his 18th Annual Thanksgiving Week in his hometown of New Orleans. More than 2,000 people attended the giveaway to take home a free turkey, stuffing and other foods all courtesy of Baby’s Cash Money Records.

Baby of Cash Money at 2010 VH1 Hip Hop Honors – Arrivals

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50 Cent

Despite what many might think, 50 Cent has a huge heart. He established the G-Unity Foundation that feeds impoverished kids all over the country. 50 Cent also received a lot of media coverage in 2012 when he traveled to Somalia and Kenya to feed starving children and raise awareness of hunger and poverty issues.

50 Cent 2014 American Museum Of Natural History 2014 Museum Gala

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