Roddy Ricch has always told us that he would feed the streets. Whether it be through music or community involvement, the California artist is always around. Over the last week, the Grammy winner teamed up with Los Angeles’ Trap Kitchen to donate more than 700 meals to medical staff at the Martin Luther King Jr. Hospital in Los Angeles. Trap Kitchen would later share the great moment with fans on social media.
“[We’re] feeding 700+ medical staff and nurses at MLK Hospital,” Trap Kitchen writes.
“[I] bet this won’t make the blogs though,” he added.
Medical staff continues to work around the clock as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to hit epic proportions. More than 370,000 people have died from the virus across the globe. In the U.S., the virus has killed nearly 105,000 people. Fortunately, medical professionals like those in Los Angeles have worked around the clock to help the 444,758 U.S. residents to recover.