Look, if you had, one shot, or one opportunity, to help out the frontline hospital staff working hard to keep us safe throughout the coronavirus pandemic, would you capture it? Or just let it slip?
Well if you were wondering what Eminem would do, you’d be glad to know he’s just donated 400 servings of his iconic Mom’s Spaghetti to Detroit’s frontline hospital workers to keep them fed during their shifts.
According to the Detroit News, the 47-year-old rapper donated 400 meals to the Henry Ford Hospital and Detroit Receiving Hospital via his self-titled Marshall Mathers Foundation.
Eminem is a proud resident of Detroit, Michigan, which just so happens to be one of the cities in the US that were hit hardest by the coronavirus pandemic.
Detroit’s frontline workers have been tirelessly dedicating their lives to care for the ill, which means they definitely don’t have time to be slaving over a hot stove to cook up some dinner. Thankfully, Eminem has them sorted with 400 servings of his delicious Mom’s Spaghetti.
“Thank you frontline caregivers,” the cups of ‘Mom’s Spaghetti’ were labelled.
Eminem, real name Marshall Bruce Mathers III, is yet to publicly comment on the donation, but hundreds of frontline workers have taken to social media to thank the rapper for his generosity.
Sometimes you just need a cup of Mom’s Spaghetti to stuff your face with after a long, hard day at work.