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A Good Deed! Coi Leray & Dayjia “Meatball” Blackwell Link Up To Feed Unhoused Individuals In Philly (WATCH)

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Coi Leray and ‘Baddies’ star Dayjia “Meatball” Blackwell recently teamed up to feed unhoused individuals in Philly.

The ‘Baddies Caribbean’ star added colorful commentary as they distributed meals.

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Coi Leray & Meatball Feed Unhoused Individuals

As the pair passed out Wendy’s burgers and fries, Meatball said to the singer, “Hey, Coi Leray, welcome to Philly.” Some individuals recognized the Jersey girl. One woman said, “Oh my God,” when she saw the ‘Blick Blick’ rapper.

Additionally, Dayjia told people receiving the meals, “It’s no samples today. We got food for y’all. No samples today.” A man laughed in the background in response to her statement. She then began to jokingly refer to the food as “samples,” as if she was working in a restaurant. Each time she handed out an item of food, she said, “Samples. Samples. Samples.” Blackwell added, “Y’all like these samples don’t y’all.”

Social Media Reacts To Coi Leray & Meatball’s Good Deed

The Roommates reacted to the duo’s act of kindness in Philly’s streets. 

@kimmymar wrote, “I honestly love to see this.. Soo many people are going through hardships! A great thing to be charitable.”

“This link up is random but love to see it,”  @itsxbambi said.

@officialkitchen_whippinb criticized, “Hate when people record they good deeds [is] it for show or from the heart.”

@veebx718 agreed, “Just feed them stop posting for clout.”

As previously reported by The Shade Room, Meatball was sentenced last week for influencing locals to loot. The influencer was charged with criminal mischief, criminal conspiracy, riot, and disorderly conduct.

Ironically, in the live stream of the alleged criminal activity, Dayjia repeatedly said, “Everybody must eat,” as looters broke into a local business in the background. She pleaded guilty to the charges and avoided a jail sentence. Instead, she will have to pay a $10,000 fine, spend the next five years on probation, and serve 150 hours of community service.

Maybe feeding the unhoused with Coi will count towards knocking some of those hours off.

Good job, girls!

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