Popcaan recently brought smiles to a school of children in Kingston.
Earlier this week, the Dancehall artist reportedly went out to give kids money while signing autographs and taking photos.
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This is not the first time Popcaan has donated to children in Jamaica.
Sources told Hype Life Magazine that the “Nah Idle” deejay has been working hard to maintain his repetition in his homeland.
In February, Popcaan received high praises from the Minister of State for Education for his generosity in donating $100,000 to treat the children of Walker’s Place of Safety to a VIP experience of watching “Black Panther” film at the cinemas. They were also treated to snacks and refreshments.
“Popcaan always give back to his community just that it’s not always publicized in the same manner as this charitable donation,” a source revealed.
“Poppy grew up dirt poor so he knows what it’s like to be one of those kids so the decision to donate to the cause was an easy one,” the source added.
This comes after accepting a challenge from Jamaican media personality Nikki Z.
In January, American media representation advocate, Frederick Joseph, started the Black Panther Challenge, a GoFundMe campaign to raise money for kids in Harlem to see Black Panther in the theaters. After raising over $40,000, Joseph encouraged other communities to do the same.
Celebrities including Serena Williams, T.I, Octavia Spencer, Travis Scott, Kendrick Lamar, Zendaya and even King T’Challa himself, Chadwick Boseman joined in to treat unfortunate kids to free screenings of the Marvel movie.
Black Panther has been a huge hit since it’s Box Office shattering debut. The film is currently in the top five most successful movies of all-time in terms of Box Officer numbers.