Award-winning hip-hop artist and producer Mustard (formerly DJ Mustard) joined 100 Black Men of Los Angeles and Council President Herb Wesson to hand out over 800 boxes of meat, produce and BBQ fixings to help struggling families celebrate Father’s Day. The drive-thru took place last Friday at Wesson’s West Adams District Office.
Each box given away included 10 pounds of chicken, potatoes, vegetables and other items to help families struggling with the financial effects of the coronavirus shutdown celebrate Father’s Day.
“As a dad, I know many other dads share a passion for grilling and barbecuing,” said Wesson. “This Father’s Day will be particularly difficult for a number of families due to the coronavirus pandemic. I wanted to celebrate dads and show a small token of appreciation for all they do for their families.”