Future, 21 Savage and Duct Tape Entertainment’s CEO Big Bank Black found a way to beat the heat and give back to their Atlanta community in one fell swoop.
They did it by renting out the entire Six Flags White Water park on Wednesday and told everyone from their Zone 6 neighborhood on the city’s east side to come on by.
TMZ reports the three men dropped about $300,000 to reserve the park, and they also treated families to free food and beverages.
Video footage shows everyone enjoying themselves too, as they danced and moved around to loud playing music. At one point, you can also see Black and Savage in the lazy river having fun on floating devices. “Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta’s” Tommie Lee and Shekinah Anderson were also in attendance.
This isn’t the first time Black, Savage and Future teamed up to help families in Zone 6. In 2018 they handed out free school supplies at a local park, where they also included games and food for everyone.
Savage has given back to the community individually as well. In June, for example, he donated $25,000 to Southern Poverty Law Center, which is a nonprofit organization that helps “the most vulnerable members of our society” with their legal cases.
The “A lot” rapper made the donation after he was arrested earlier this year for overstaying his American visa, since he was born in the United Kingdom.
And earlier this month, it was announced that Future would be selling some of his personal clothing items, and the proceeds will go to his FreeWishes Foundation that helps empower those in underserved communities.