21 Savage‘s fans are really proud of his latest moves these days. The Shade Room revealed something really great that the rapper decided to do.
Check out their post below in order to learn all the available details.
21’s foundation called ‘Leading by Example’ partnered with Chime to bring financial literacy to kids, according to the reports from TSR.
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TSR Staff: La'Janeé @_lajanee_ _________________________________ #TSRPositiveImages: #21Savage and his foundation “Leading by Example” have partnered with @chime to bring financial literacy to kids. _________________________________ Initially created in 2018, 21 Savage’s Bank Account program will team up with the mobile banking service, offering free online resources for the youth to make and save money. “I feel like it’s important more than ever to give our next generation the tools to succeed in life,” he said in a statement. _________________________________ The program is also working in conjunction with EverFi, an education technology platform. _________________________________ In addition, the rapper has also teamed up Mayor #KeishaLanceBottoms to provide tablets and wi-fi for the city of #Atlanta. (📷:@gettyimages)
‘Initially created in 2018, 21 Savage’s Bank Account program will team up with the mobile banking service, offering free online resources for the youth to make and save money,’ TSR writes.
‘I feel like it’s important more than ever to give our next generation the tools to succeed in life,’ he stated.
TSR also revealed, ‘The program is also working in conjunction with EverFi, an education technology platform.’
In addition, 21 Savage has also teamed up Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms to provide tablets and wi-fi to people.
Porsha Williams hopped in the comments and flaunted her happiness following the news.
Someone said: ‘Salute to the black men trying to help out the youth. We really need a change.’
A follower posted this: ‘The youth need this bad, as a banker, I feel they should require kids to learn about financial responsibility and credit in high school .. but that’s too much like right.’
One other commenter said: ‘Tell schools to stop shoving acute angles, sedimentary rocks, and white lies down our youth throat. Tell them to teach the youth how to get some money and manage it.’
A follower said: ‘Put some respect on Sir Savage, the 21st name,’ and someone else posted this: ‘He’s always putting on for the younger generation. Real stand up dude.’
Another Instagrammer said: ‘He just seems like such a stand-up guy. This type of thing should be a mandatory class in schools.’
A fan wrote: ‘Greatness and what’s needed in low-income neighborhoods.’