Lil Pump was in a very charitable mood today (Feb. 13). This afternoon, the 2018 XXL Freshman was serving pizzas out of the trunk of his car to the homeless on Skid Row in Los Angeles.

Pump shared a video on his Instagram page of handing out several boxes of pizza to the needy, who quickly converged near the rapper’s vehicle. “Feels good to give back Pizza party on skidrow God bless everyone,” he wrote in the caption with a brown peace sign emoji.

Pump has been quite busy in the Los Angeles area this past week. On Sunday (Feb. 10), prior to the Grammy Awards telecast, the 18-year-old rapper unleashed a busload of Lil Pump lookalikes at the Staples Center. The Pump doppelgängers greeted fans and took selfies with some of them.

Pump lookalikes aside, the "Gucci Gang" rapper is gearing up to release his debut album Harverd Dropout on Feb. 22. The LP features previously-released singles “I Love It” (featuring Kanye West), "Butterfly Doors" and “Racks on Racks."

Speaking of "Racks on Racks," the song has caught the ire of an English musician named Geoff Barrow who claims his music was sampled by Lil Pump without his permission.

"Who is lill Pump?" Barrow tweeted along with a link to the track. "He’s used Mine and @Benjaminsal Annihilation score in his deeply fucking sexist song. Just so you know we didn’t give clearance.. As 2 fathers of daughters this shit needs to seriously fuck off."

There's no word if Geoff Barrow will pursue any legal action against Pump.

In the meantime, check out Lil Pump handing out pizzas to the homeless on skid row below.

See Photos of Lil Pump Behind the Scenes at the 2018 XXL Freshman Class Cover Shoot

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