Kanye West acted on compassion earlier this week while driving around Calabasas, California.
On Wednesday, the rapper was seen stopping his Lamborghini Urus and asking his bodyguard to give money to a homeless veteran who was standing on a freeway exit in Calabasas, People reports.
Both he and Kim Kardashian have been paying it forward this week. On Tuesday, Kim announced that she and her husband have partnered with non-profit organization Represent Justice to buy out movie theaters across the U.S. for free screenings of the Michael B. Jordan and Jamie Foxx-starring film Just Mercy.
“I was so moved after seeing #JustMercy, that Kanye and I want to make sure you have the chance to see it too,” Kim tweeted.
“So we are joining @werepjustice to buy out theaters across the country to give you a chance to win tickets to a free screening. Sign up at representjustice.org/kkw and get ready to be blown away by the incredible work of Bryan Stevenson and the Equal Justice Initiative and the amazing performances by Michael B. Jordan, Jamie Foxx and Brie Larson,” she added.
The film tells the tale of the wrongfully convicted Walter McMillian, his sentencing, and the trial that ensued. Just Mercy released in theaters on Jan. 10.