Jeezy and wife Jeannie Mai Jenkins have given out 1,000 bicycles to the youth in Atlanta.
The newlyweds worked with Jeezy's Street Dreamz Foundation in collaboration with The Tony Robbins Foundation to form the event called Wheels of Dreamz. The event took place at Clark Atlanta University before a rally where Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms and the "Air Forces" rapper spoke to the crowd.
Mai Jenkins took to her Instagram afterward to celebrate the success of the giveaway.
"This past weekend, @streetdreamzfoundation and @tonyrobbins gifted 1000 bikes to inner city youth here in Atlanta. Honored to witness the look of pure joy in these kids❤️."
Jeezy released a statement encouraging the youth to achieve their full potential, no matter what obstacles they may face.
"If you've got a vision, you can achieve it. Just like you can ride from one street to the next, you can do that with life, too!" he wrote.
The bike giveaway is just the couple's latest charitable endeavor. Shortly before marrying, the couple announced that they would be using their wedding registry via The Knot to raise funds for the Stop Asian Hate movement. All proceeds went to fundraisers that support the AAPI community.
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