Latto Receives Key To The City

The “Big Energy” rapper now has her own day!

Latto rang in the holiday spirit with her second annual Christmas in Clayton County event on December 18, 2022. The “Big Energy” rapper celebrated the holidays by giving back through her non-profit organization Win Some, Give Some. 

The Atlanta natives started the foundation in 2021, which she created to encourage at-risk youth by providing them with resources and emotional support to achieve success and opportunities. She provided a Christmas dinner, gifts and essential items for local Clayton County families with young children.

Latto also received a visit from Clayton County commissioner Alieka Anderson who recognized the femcee for her philanthropy in the community by declaring December 18 “Latto Day” and granted her a key to the city. Former Georgia State Representative Stacey Abrams surprised Latto with a visit as she celebrated her Christmas event. Check out some of our favorite moments at “Christmas in Clayco.”

It’s Giving Boss

Latto is all smiles with Former Georgia State Representative Stacey Abrams and Clayton County commissioner Alieka Anderson.

Holiday Cheer

The kids were all smiles as they sat with Santa and gave their holiday wishes!

Latto Day

December 18 has officially become Latto Day, and the rapper is smiling ear to ear.

All Smiles

Now that Latto has her own day, it’s officially “Big Energy” for everybody this holiday season.

Santa Clause Is Comin’ To Town

Everyone is spreading the holiday with Santa Clause at “Christmas in Clayco.”

The Key To Clayco

She officially has the key to the city of Clayton County and we couldn’t be happier.

“Christmas In Clayco” at Carl Rhodenizer Recreation Center on December 18, 2022, in Jonesboro, Georgia.(Photo by Prince Williams/Wireimage)

About Kenyatta: Kenyatta Victoria is an entertainment and culture reporter passionate about music, pop culture, and marginalized stories. She has bylines in publications such as Chicago Reader, INSIDER, Girls United, TransLash Media, and the Chicago Tribune.

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