Offset celebrated a group of Baltimore high school students with exemplary attendance this week when he dropped by Paul Laurence Dunbar High School to hand out some special gifts. The moment was captured in a Facebook post from the Baltimore Police Department with pics of the Migos rapper walking the halls of the school and posing the students.

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“The BPD, along with DTLR and @thelachow, had a wonderful time surprising the students at Paul Laurence Dunbar High School (Baltimore, Maryland) who showed great attendance and academic success this school year! They even got to meet Rapper Offset and received gift cards. Great job, students!,” read the post.

According to CBS News, in coordination with the DTLR and LA Chow, ‘Set gave the students and their families $30,000 worth of groceries and gift cards during the meet-and-greet before his solo gig at the Fillmore in Silver Spring. While hanging with the teens, the rapper also shouted out senior Caden Bowie, who was accepted to more than 40 colleges.

Offset is currently on his first solo tour, which launched last weekend in Philadelphia in support of his 2023 Set It Off album. The tour will touch down in Boston at the House of Blues on Friday night (March 15) and will keep the rapper on the road through mid-July, with gigs in Toronto, Detroit, Cincinnati, Chicago, Denver, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Phoenix, Dallas, Houston and his hometown of Atlanta before hopping overseas for a July 15 gig in Paris at the Salle Pleyel and London on July 17 at the Forum Kentish Town.


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