The rapper was delighted with the gift from his Bad Boy Records boss but decided to pass it on to those who needed it more.
French Montana has passed on seasonal goodwill shown by his boss P Diddy after he received a $1 million bonus. The rapper is signed to the star’s Bad Boy Records label, and he was given an incredible gift as a reward for a year of hard work.
However, rather than keep the amazing present, he decided to donate it to those in need as he chose to support those in need over Christmas rather than keep the money for himself.
He shared a snap as he posed with Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs, co-workers and a giant cheque, writing: “Shout out to @iamdiddy for that million dollar gift bonus #happyholidays (sic)”
However, TMZ has claimed that the star has chosen to donate the money to a charity in the Bronx – which he started to aid schools and young children – as he looks to help those who need it most.
Tonya Lewis Taylor, of the I Will Graduate programme, took to Facebook just before Christmas to write about French Montana’s generosity as he donated 100 pairs of Reebok trainers to the cause.
She wrote: “Christmas came early for the student in my program, thanks to French Montana THANK YOU French for being a man of your word! (sic)”