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It’s the season of thankfulness, reflecting and remembering where you’ve come from. Yesterday, Twista gave back to the very place he was born and raised, the west side of Chicago.

With the help of the Greater Chicago Food Depository, Twista helped serve fresh fruits and vegetables to his entire community as a part of the Producemobile program.

Just in the Chicago area alone, over 100,000 families rely on the Food Depository each week. However this year, Twista served as a volunteer, as well as fund the Greater Chicago Food Depository mobile unit for the benefit of his old neighborhood.

Last year, the Food Depository distributed 66 million pounds of nonperishable food and fresh produce, dairy products and meat, the equivalent of 135,000 meals every day.

“It means a lot to me to be able to give back to the very place that has supported me and truly stuck by me all these years. It’s my duty and pleasure to feed the area that fed me,” says Twista. T

The Food Depository’s programs and services for children, older adults and the unemployed and underemployed address the root causes of hunger. However the nonprofit organization always needs the help community leaders to maintain their out reach and Twista has made his commitment urging others to do the same.

Currently celebrating his Top 10 chart status with newly released album The Perfect Storm Twista is gearing up to release his very own documentary entitled, “Mr. Immortality” the life and times of Twista.” He recently signed three new local artists; B Hype, Showtime and 3pc. In a non-stop effort to increase local opportunities, he launched a new film company, Frame Surgeons and an exclusive shoe line for J Bees. Recognizing all of his profits of life, Twista is excited to provide extended help to his homeland.

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