Big Sean gives back to his community.
Thanksgiving is just around the corner and, while the holiday has slowly turned into an excuse for big spending, there are still a few people out there staying true to the holiday's charitable origins. Big Sean is one of those people.
On Tuesday, the Detroit emcee returned to his hometown to donate one-thousand turkeys to a local high school. Sean surprised students at River Rouge High by handing out the poultry alongside helpings of corn, green beans, and sweet potatoes. This is Sean's second year throwing the event via his charity, the Sean Anderson Foundation.
Sean is currently hard at work on his currently-untitled third studio album.
Check out a short video of Sean passing out the food below.