With “Dabbing Santa” sweater sales skyrocketing, Rapper 2 Chainz charity foundation spreads Christmas cheer, brings hope to families in need.
38 year old rapper 2 Chainz of College Park, Georgia is rising to the top, and pulling up to the scene with his ceiling missing. But as the artist says in one of his popular songs,
“I’m different, yeah I’m different.”
And he is doing something different, by setting an example for other artists in the industry to show gratitude for their privileged wealth by giving back to the communities that supported his climb up the charts.
The artist has been selling “Dabbing Santa” ugly sweaters like hotcakes. The designs feature a cartoon Santa with the option of Caucasian or African-American and Mr. or Mrs. Claus doing the “Dab.” If you’re unfamiliar with dabbing, check out how the dance-move phenomenon has become widespread in popular culture, including becoming the trademark celebration of
Sales from the sweaters on the TRU (The Real University) website, 2chainzshop.com have been sold out in most sizes for weeks, leaving printers scrambling to produce more throughout the holiday season. But where does all this money go?
This is just one touching story of how 2 Chainz used money from his “Each 1 teach 1” foundation to help a disabled veteran and single parent who was struggling to make her rent in an apartment with no furniture after surgeries left her out of work.
If you want to contribute a dollar to the TRU foundation, you can purchase the “Dabbing Santa” game app in the online store. Proceeds from the app will go towards helping more families in need.