Kanye West helped out a homeless man with some cash and a promise of Free Yeezys Friday. As seen in a clip posted by TMZ, West spoke to a man after he came out of a dentist appointment of his hometown of Chicago. Offering to send him some shoes in his size, the rapper had his team take down the man's mother's information so he could receive the package, according to the report. He also had another member of his entourage hand the man a $100 bill. Watch the clip below.

Kanye recently sparked controversy when he praised Trump and wore a "Make America Great Again" hat on Saturday Night Live. Last month, he announced that he would be releasing a new album titled Yandhi, which was originally scheduled to be released following SNL last week, but has since been postponed to Black Friday. It appears to be a sequel to the rapper's 2013 album Yeezus.

Earlier this year, Kanye produced 5 back-to-back albums, beginning with Pusha T's DAYTONA, and ending with Teyana Taylor's KTSE. Two of the albums were credited to West himself, including the solo project Ye and the Kid Cudi collaboration Kids See Ghosts. Kanye's most recent release was the Lil Pump-assisted single "I Love It."