Dancehall star Skeng during the Easter holidays, displayed a different side of his seemingly ‘dark’ persona as the artiste gave out money to parents and fans in attendance at an apparent charity event. The Life Changes singer is spotted in a video giving away a large stack of cash alongside popular music producer Droptop to persons from Peckam, Clarendon, according to the description tag on the video uploaded to Instagram.
The video showing Skeng doing some meaningful philanthropy work was uploaded to Instagram with the following caption, “@skeng.don and @_droptoprecords give back and donate school books and bags, Clarks and money to children and parents in the community of Peckham, Clarendon over the Easter holiday.”
However, no footage was posted of the entertainer handing out the school books, bags and Clarks listed in the description of the video on the same Instagram account.
During the video, the MC for the event can be heard urging Skeng, “Just ge out money, just get out money, ge out some pon that side, Skeng ge some over that side, over yah so.” Skeng gladly obliges as he is seen handing out money calmly to different sections of the excited crowd in attendance while other fans snap pictures and capture videos of the moment.
In another slide of the same post uploaded to Instagram, the dancehall artiste is seen performing his breakthrough hit Gunman Shift for the crowd in attendance, where he got a warm reception as fans sang along with the Ratty Gang deejay.