Meek Mill Donated His Dream Car To Raise Money For Those Coronavirus Relief, Bid Reaches $300K
Philly born rapper Meek Mill is stepping up to the plate in a huge way in hopes of assisting with the fight against the coronavirus pandemic. On Tuesday (April 14th) the 32-year-old rapper took to his Instagram page to announce that he was accepting an invite into the All In Challenge, ready to help those affected by the coronavirus.
“My guy hit me about the All In Challenge and I quickly accepted. Checking in. This is for people who were affected by the coronavirus or less fortunate. I’m in a position where I can help out. So you know me, they said ‘all in’ I came right out the door with my biggest car, my favorite car, my Rolls-Royce Phantom I’m throwing it into the All In Challenge.”
Meek Mill also called out a few of his celebrity friends to join the challenge as well.
“Let’s get it. I quickly accepted. James Harden let’s get it, Lebron let’s get it, Mayweather let’s get it. All In Challenge we in the building.”
The All In Challenge was created by 48-year-old billionaire/businessman Michael Rubin, who many people may remember as the man that picked Meek Mill up from prison in 2018 and escorted him to the NBA Playoffs game.
Meek Mill posted one more snapshot of his Rolls-Royce Phantom and told the public that the papers were signed and he had officially donated his dream car.
Currently, the vehicle has reached a bid of $300,000.00.
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