6ix9ine recently tried to donate $200K to No Kid Hungry, but they rejected his money. Another charity has stepped forward to say they'll take it.
If No Kid Hungry doesn't want Tekashi 6ix9ine's money, there's another charity out there who has reached out to say that they'll take his cash without an issue. Tekashi 6ix9ine has been stirring things up ever since he made a wrecking ball of a return to social media. The disgraced rapper has been the talk of the rap scene for the better part of a year as his federal case played out in real-time. After the rapper turned informant against his Nine Trey Gangsta Blood associates, the fate of his career hung in the balance. It seems that the world has accepted 6ix9ine with open arms, as he's breaking records with his new single, "GOOBA."
Recently, 6ix9ine attempted to give a generous donation of $200K to the charity No Kid Hungry, but they issued a statement saying that they politely declined his offer. The rapper blasted them in response, calling them "cruel" for holding out on funds that could help feed children. Now, another organization has contacted TMZ in hopes that Tekashi 6ix9ine will send that $200K its way.
Kooking 4 Kids made it clear that they don't care where their donations come from. "If there is an individual that wants to help address hunger in Los Angeles, we welcome it," the charity shared with TMZ. "How that person wants to live their life is for them to decide." Kooking 4 Kids reportedly "travels to 4 different parts of L.A. weekly and serves about 1,600-1,800 free meals to children and parents every day ... and they always run out."
The rejection from No Kid Hungry sparked a debate about if all money is good money, but in the meantime, somebody call 6ix9ine and tell him to get his checkbook ready.