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Teen rap sensation Soulja Boy Tell ‘Em is reaching out to kids who are less fortunate in the upcoming sixth annual Toyz N Da Hood events in Georiga this month. Founded by Hittmenn DJ’s president Robert “Kaspa” Smith, the toy run will begin with a donation drive at various Atlanta middle and high schools running through December 17 which will be followed by a free concert for the school with the most toys. As additional hip-hop concerts are set up at retail stores to encourage local donations, Soulja Boy will be on hand at an Atlanta Wal-Mart to help with gifts and sign copies of his new album, iSouljaboytellem, as reported by SOHH.com. “It’s all about putting smiles on kids’ faces this holiday season,” Soulja Boy said in a statement. “I’m happy to do anything I can during these hard economic times to make a kid’s holiday season a little brighter. Growing up, I didn’t have much, so I can relate to these kids and know how important it is to them. To see how excited they get when we donate all these toys is worth anything I can do to make that possible.” The annual event is known for working with mega artists like Young Jeezy, Akon, Chris Brown, Mr. Collipark and Polow Da Don. Last year’s run distributed over 20,000 toys.
Good to see he is doing something positive. Whatever he does, we hope he refrains from commenting to the kids about history lessons, and issues of the social and political nature with his little uneducated, non-talented ass. Now, supersoak that.