21 Savage Announces Campaign to Teach Kids Financial Literacy

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Rapper 21 Savage performed on the Ellen DeGeneres Show on Tuesday and made a donation to a campaign that will teach kids financial literacy.

After the Atlanta rapper performed his single “Bank Account” he presented a $21,000 check to the “21 Savage Bank Account Campaign.”

The campaign is in partnership with the non-profit Get Schooled, which provides financial information and tools to teens prepping for college, according to Billboard.

Savage announced that he would open 21 bank accounts for 21 kids with $1000.

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