Latto Donates $250K In Gifts To Clayton County, GA Residents

It’s Givin! Latto Donates $250K In Gifts To Clayton County, GA Residents & Receives Own Holiday And Key To The City

The holiday season is the season for giving and rapper Latto is doing just that. The 23-year-old Clayton County native made a big impact in her community this past weekend with her second-annual “Christmas in Clayco” event.

The “Big Energy” rapper shared details about the event via Instagram on Friday.

My 2nd annual “Christmas in Clayco” put on by my foundation “Win Some Give Some” gone be HUGE this year!! If you live in Clayton County & need some help this holiday PULL UP! Register at

The Event Took Place On Sunday

The event, which was held at the Carl Rhodenizer Recreation Center, featured 3,000 gifts for residents. In addition, they were also given free food, entertainment, and other essential items for “families in need,” as reported by VIBE.

Latto, who donned a Santa Clause costume at the event, shared her excitement for the “full circle” moment.

I owe a lot of my success to Clayton County, so it feels really good to be here. My old school Rex Mill is literally two minutes down the street and we were driving past it, I was like, ‘Oh my God. Everything is coming full circle.’ ‘I’m so blessed and happy to share my blessing.

Latto Was Gifted As Well

The 23-year-old was also rewarded with tokens of gratitude. She received her own official holiday, “Latto Day,” to be celebrated on December 18th. And a key to the city.

Former gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams, Clayton County commissioner Alieka Anderson and Chair of the Clayton County Board of Education Jessie Goree were also there to celebrate Latto’s accomplishment.

Anderson shared a quote with the media, as provided by VIBE.

Latto is the epitome of greatness here. Our kids love her, the commissioners love her, and this is a collaboration that has been great for the community and for the children in Clayton County Public Schools. I want them to see the spirit of giving. When you give, it reciprocates back to you. What we tell our kids in Clayton County is that you can go and be anything you want to be, and Latto is a great example of that.

According to PEOPLE, Latto whose real name Alyssa Michelle Stephens, founded Win Some Give Some back in 2021 to empower at-risk youth. And provide resources and “self-esteem support to achieve a lifetime of equal opportunity and success.”

Kudos to Latto for giving back to her community so graciously! And being given this honor!


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