Over the weekend, Atlanta rapper Lil Baby joined forces with Slutty Vegan to give free burgers to all dads in honor of Father’s Day.
Lil Baby and Slutty Vegan collaborated on a day for every father figure including fathers, stepfathers, and grandfathers. On the restaurant’s Instagram page, they posted a photo of the giveaway with one of today’s biggest rappers. The caption read:
“A HUGE thank you to @LILBABY for sponsoring FREE Slutty Vegan for EVERY FATHER in the city, Today, 6/18, 12NOON until Sold Out, at our Slutty Vegan JONESBORO Location! 🥺🙏🏾🙌🏽”
Slutty Vegan is a popular Black-owned plant-based burger franchise with five current locations and three more openings very soon. The Jonesboro location is where the burgers for dads were offered.
This generous act only adds more admiration for the “Yes, Indeed” rapper in his hometown. On social media, many fans showed appreciation for the rapper’s benevolence. On Twitter, one user identified as @Jagorgeous saluted the bigger picture rapper by tweeting,
“Lil baby paid for slutty vegan burgers for Father’s Day, that’s dope!”
Another user on Twitter, identified as @kodakk6000 joked ungratefully about the type of cuisine being offered for free he tweeted,
“Out of all the places to eat they wana give Fathers Free Slutty Vegan Nigga they want JJs Fish and Chicken Lil Baby .” Lil Baby can’t satisfy everyone I guess. Happy Father’s Day.”
Lil Baby Doc
When Lil Baby isn’t filling the bellies of dads with Burgers from Slutty Vegan he finds time to provide insight into his private life. He released his new documentary “Untrapped” earlier this month.
Lil Baby’s highly-anticipated documentary, “Untrapped: The Story of Lil Baby,” not only had a successful premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival but is now making its way to Amazon.The film “Untrapped: The Story of Lil Baby” premiered at 8 pm at the Beacon Theater on the upper Westside of Manhattan, in New York City. The world premiere documentary follows Baby’s creative career with never-before-seen footage and his rise as an influencer in hip-hop culture.
The story traces back to his rookie years growing up hustling on the West End of Atlanta and how he turned his life around through rap music.