And now he’s getting a lot of credit for giving back to his grandmother after he bought her a house with its own elevator inside.
The rapper shared news of the gift Friday, Nov. 29, on Instagram, and he did it next to a photo that showed himself, his cousin Omelly and another gentleman. The post comes a year after the rapper said a “white man” vandalized his grandmother’s house with a racist message.
“OTF ….. that sh– my grandmom throwing up,” he wrote in the caption, describing his grandmother’s hand gesture. “Got her a new crib built from the floor up wit a elevator in it not a gang sign lol.”
The responses from Mill’s followers came immediately afterward, and they were mixed with serious messages along with comments that were more playful.
“Priceless moments blessings on blessings 👑🙏🏽🙌🏽💪🏾💯💯🤞🏽,” one person wrote.
“Hella dope bro 💯,” wrote another.
“SHE’S A BEAUTIFUL LADY!! AND SHE DESERVES THAT BEAUTIFUL HOUSE!!,” a third person commented.
And jokingly, one woman wrote, “Grandma I’m Robert wife nice to meet you ma💋💋💋,” using the rapper’s real name.
Meanwhile, Mill released his first hat design since he became the co-owner of the athletic headwear company Lids earlier this year. And part of the proceeds will go to the Reform Alliance and his efforts in criminal justice reform.
“Having my own line with Lids is special, but I’m especially proud that proceeds from this hat will be used to help fix the broken criminal justice system,” he said in a press release. “I’m grateful that our team at Lids was committed to making a hat that’s stylish, but will go toward a greater cause.”