ATLANTA — Rapper 2Chainz delivered a holiday surprise by helping students step in the right direction.
The North Clayton High School alum turned star had a cute date night at the recent Atlanta Hawks game on Saturday.
2Chainz, whose real name is Tauheed Epps, enjoyed court side seats as he and his wife Kesha Epps (CEO of TRU Foundation), cheered on the teams.
Just a week before, the award-winning lyricist bought 100 pair of shoes for the students who participated in his 7th Annual Tru 2 Hoops Basketball Camp that takes place at his high school alma mater. He loves the kids!
The mission of the Tru Foundation is “to promote balanced, respectful and enriched relationships and aim to create life changing moments and help build a positive outcome for our young generation."
2 Chainz said that he's seen major talent pass through the program since it began - including this year.
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