As part of the Robin Hood Project, for which he participated in charitable acts and pledged to give away $1 million in charity this year, Game partnered with the Compton City School District to donate Christmas gifts to needy families in the city.
BET.com went along with the father of three as he hand delivered presents in his hometown. "This is my second year," Game shared. "I get excited when it's this time of year, and I get to give back and help people. This [is] my city, this [is] where I'm from, at the end of the day it feels that much better."
The CCSD spearheaded the gift-giving program, now in its 30th year. Game jumped on board out of sheer love for his city, and to help families in a way that other Compton rappers didn't, back when he was a child. "When I was younger, I don't really remember nobody coming through and giving back. I think I might've seen Eazy E … but other than that I never really seen nobody coming back," he said. "I never really seen nobody coming back through Compton … so I try to do as much as I can."
View Game's day of goodwill in the video below.
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