Hip-Hop superstar Meek Mill is trying to help the hungry during the coronavirus pandemic. The Philly rapper is auctioning off his Rolls-Royce Phantom as part of the #ALLINCHALLENGE.
In an Instagram video, Meek also nominated LeBron James, Floyd Mayweather and James Harden to donate.
This for people affected by the coronavirus, who are less fortunate. I’m in a position where I can help out.Meek Mill
The “All In Challenge” was started by Philadelphia 76ers minority owner Michael Rubin. Just 24 hours later some of the biggest names in sports and entertainment had answered the call.
So far, the list of accepted challenges included Tom Brady, Peyton and Eli Manning, Robin Thicke, Kevin Hart, Ryan Seacrest, basketball Hall of Famer Magic Johnson, Chicago Cubs infielder Anthony Rizzo, retired baseball star Alex Rodriguez and several NFL, NHL and NBA teams.
The challenge has raised over $1.6 million as of Tuesday (April 14). Funds will go to Meals on Wheels, No Kid Hungry and America’s Food Fund.
Bid on Meek’s Phantom and Yo Gotti’s Platinum Rolex here.