Offset paid a visit to Atlanta voters and he didn’t show up empty handed — he came bearing gifts to fill their bellies.
On Tuesday, the Migos rapper popped up at three polling stations located in the Gwinnett and Fulton counties and brought along food trucks from two infamous Atlanta staples — The Slutty Vegan and Big Dave’s — to feed those waiting to cast their votes.
Offset partnered with The Lincoln Project and AXSD Media for the stunt, which was also an effort to get people out to the polls.
While speaking with voters at the event, the 28-year-old artist admitted that the 2020 election was the first time he’s ever exercised his Constitutional right to vote.
“I want to thank ya’ll for coming out.” he said. “It’s all about voting. I voted for the first time today. If you ain’t voted you should get out there and vote.”
By Danielle Long
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