Georgia has reopened and there were some celebrity business owners who were hesitant about opening their businesses. Rapper Killer Mike was hesitant about opening his barbershops saying he doesn't want his community getting affected and dying from the coronavirus. But Killer Mike is also a person of his community and helps a lot. He and T.I. teamed up and partnered with a family enrichment center called PAWkids to serve 500 hot meals to some Atlanta residents, according to TMZ. They wanted to help those residents who were feeling the impact of the pandemic. On top of that, T.I. and Killer Mike went an extra mile. They even dropped off 2 weeks' worth of food and hygiene products to needy families and handed out $500 to some households. First of all, T.I. is always helping people. Remember when he surprised some people at Walmart years ago and took care of some families Christmas items? This is how you give back! Killer Mike even posted on Instagram, "Take care of the community that took care of you!"