Jeezy & T.I. Supply Christmas Gifts For 1800 Kids [PHOTOS]

- By Bossip Staff

Jeezy has been mighty philanthropic as of late. Following his charitable Thanksgiving offering, during which he fed over 200 homeless men, the rapper connected with T.I. to supply 1800 kids with Christmas gifts. The “Tis The Season For Giving” event took place in Atlanta, and marked the sixth consecutive year CTE’s CEO spread holiday cheer to the metropolitan area community. Along with gifts, Jeezy and T.I.P. supplied children with free bowling, skating and arcade games, as well as free on-site health screenings…




2 Chainz & Lil Wayne – “Twerk Season” [LISTEN]

Tis the season to be jolly, but according to 2 Chainz there’s room for a good “turn up” as well. That said, in comes “Twerk Season,” a club record the Def Jam rapper did in collaboration with Lil Wayne. The Hair Weave Killer recently premiered his verse at a concert in his native Atlanta, but the duo released the CDQ yesterday as a Christmas gift to fans. “Say what the f**k is going on, it must be twerk season/ Something in the air, it must be twerk season/ ‘Cause they dancing, dancing for no reason,” Chainz chants on the chorus…




Sigh: “Your Friend, GZ,” AKA George Zimmerman, Joins Twitter

Black Twitter…you got this one, right? Only in America can a coldblooded killer cultivate a fan base for no reason other than the fact that he shot and killed an unarmed African-American teen. George Zimmerman makes tabloid news at least once per week and now he has decided to really put his celebrity to the test by joining Twitter. He confirmed that he recently created an account with the social networking site via his Ebay page, where he sold an “original” painting of the American flag for $100, 099.99…


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