Fetty Wap has been killing it these last couple of years, continuing to ride the success of tracks like "Trap Queen," "My Way" and others while touring around the world. However, his latest performance wasn't one of grand scale variety - instead, he turned up for a very special occasion in the lives of two Jewish teens.

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As per a report from TMZ, Fetty took to the stage at a B'Nai Mitzvah celebration over the weekend, which is a dual Bar and Bot Mitzvah that took place for a brother and sister duo. The rapper was hired by MSC Industrial Supply CEO Erik Gershwind and his wife, Jackie, to make an appearance in New York City for this very special occasion in honor of their two children.

In fact, when it comes to making their kids' B'Nai Mitzvah a special occasion, the cash was rolled out in a big way. Sources are saying that the couple spent in the neighborhood of $150,000 for Fetty to do just four songs, which sounds like a pretty sweet gig. As well, lots of great food was on hand, including a sushi bar, sirloin steak with bordelaise sauce, salmon on toast and even a pretzel machine. You can check out some video of the emcee's performance below.

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As you might imagine, Fetty Wap had to keep things on a PG-13 level for the youngsters who were on hand to see him live. I'm sure that, where the parents are concerned, the gesture was much appreciated. Mazel Tov to the Gershwind kids!