Rapper donates $1 million, 100 shoes to charity

New York, Dec 26 (IANS) Rapper French Montana donated $1 million to a charity in Bronx neighbourhood here.

Montana received the money from rapper Sean John Combs, best known by his stage name P. Diddy, as a bonus for being an artist on his record label Bad Boy Records, reports aceshowbiz.com.

Montana uploaded a photograph of him with Diddy and several people holding the oversized copy of the $1 million check on Friday.

“Shout out to @iamdiddy for that million dollar gift bonus #happyholidays,” Montana wrote.

The charity helps children in the New York neighborhood.

Not only that, Montana also donated 100 pairs of Reebok shoes, computers and clothes to Bronx students under “I Will Graduate” program.

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