In Atlanta the set faset runs the gamut of difficulties with officials to feed voters

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The Lincoln Project, affiliated with a member of Migos to provide free meals to people waiting in line at the time of voting, claims that Rapper was “threatened” by Guinness County officials for handing out meals.

Offset November On Tuesday, November, in his home state of Georgia, he tried to win the souls of those who went to the polls by giving them free meals. However, his initiative was not explicitly appreciated by the local government.

On election day in Guantanamo and Fulton counties Slutty wagons and Big Dave’s food trucks were parked on the road. Not coming empty handed, he fed the people waiting in line to vote.

In videos circulating online, the set was also seen inside a slutty wagon food truck to help prepare the facet meal. He put an apron over his sweater, a white mask over his head and a blue cap to keep his hair curly. The 28-year-old also got behind a truck, grabbed Bullhorn and talked about his excitement in voting for the first time.

The Lincoln Project, which is affiliated with Seth Faset for the initiative, tweeted earlier that day urging people to vote with the opportunity to meet the Georgia-born star. “Want to meet ffOffsetYRN?” Read the tweet. “Well, it’s in Ficcate Elementary today at 2:30 p.m. and William Wacker Rack Center at 3:30 p.m. – both in Atlanta, GA. Take a few selfies. Vote, oh, and get some free @ slutivaganatl.”

However, apparently things were not really easy. In the following tweet, the Lincoln Project claims that Win Faset was reprimanded by Gwyneth County officials for providing free meals. “We’re working with ffOffsetYRN in Georgia to feed Gwynet’s voters in unnecessarily long lines, but instead of welcoming them, it was threatened by @gwinnettgov. Voters feel intimidated and discriminated against,” he said.

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Fans are given a free meal at an Off Facet at a polling place.

Set Faset himself did not heed the report that he got into trouble with city officials during the project. “Rick Flair Drip” Spitter, instead, was preparing to show his fans that he had voted for himself and to show a “I voted” sticker while he was going to vote for free. Meals. Another video captured his interaction with a female fan who was lucky enough to meet him at the polls.

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