Lil Baby recently helped his close friend launch a dog breeding business.
Last month, the Instagram page for 4PF Kennel, which is owned by the “Emotionally Scarred” rapper and his friend, revealed how they came up with the business. “I Remember When We Came Up With This Kennel,” his friend captioned a photo of himself with Baby. “It Had To Be About A Year Ago. We Talked For Hours About How You Wanted To Be In The Dog Business Since You Were Incarcerated. You Looked Me In My Eyes And Said, ‘Stay Focused, It’s Easy To Fall Back In These Streets.’”
He continued, “I Took That Advice To The Heart And Stayed Down. I Didn’t Make It To Any Shows And Grinded My Ass Off. Shit Felt Good To Hear You Say, ‘I’m Proud Of You Big... 6 Figure N*gga Now.’ It’s Only The Beginning And We Already Winning. We Motivate Each Other Like Real BROTHERS..#LilBaby #NoMoInstagram #Albummode.”
The Grammy-nominated rapper has always been one to look out for others. He recently threw a huge birthday party for Gianna Floyd, the daughter of George Floyd. According to Forbes, Baby funded the L.O.L dolls-themed party at Atlanta’s Pink Hotel. Gianna was able to get her hair and nails done with friends, pose for a picture with Lil Baby and enjoy lots of colorful decorations and food.
Lil Baby is also donating the proceeds that he made from “The Bigger Picture” to several charities. Among those charities, was the Winter Warm Wishes Coat Giveaway in Birmingham, Alabama. By using some of the $1.5 million in proceeds, he donated 1,000 winter coats to children and adults.
“He is setting an amazing example for our youth,” John Hilliard, a Birmingham City Councilor, said in a statement. “I want to thank him for his willingness to come to Birmingham and spread kindness during these unprecedented times.”