Dj Khaled donated $200,000 to a charity for poor children during a celebrity golf tournament in the eastern United States

Miami Beach, Florida: As a way to support the South Florida community, DJ Khaled competed on Thursday morning at the Miami Beach Golf Club with his well-known friends and athletes.

With checks from his We The Best Foundation, the DJ, music producer, and rapper—real name: Khaled Mohammed Khaled—started Thursday’s festivities by giving back to young people who aspire to be on the green.

Khaled gave a single $20,000 cheque to Fore Life, a nonprofit that uses golf to empower underprivileged children.

Along with his numerous celebrity friends, including sportsmen Hassan Whiteside, Jorge Posada, and Odell Beckham Jr., as well as artists Diddy, 2Chainz, Fat Joe, Offset, Quavo, and Timbaland, Khaled hit the clubs.

Competing on the green was Brooks Koepka, who tied for second place at the 2023 Masters.

Rapper Luther “Uncle Luke” Campbell told Local 10 News he’s glad of Khalid’s progress, saying he was the first to play the rapper on the radio in Miami.

“I’m here to support DJ Khaled,” Campbell declared. “He has a strong sense of community and has always given back.” People are only ignorant.

Following the event, Khaled and rapper Joseph Antonio Cartagena, also known as Fat Joe, met with Local 10 News reporter Alexis Frazier to express their gratitude and admiration for the attendees and the neighborhood.

Cartagena remarked, “We have never seen so many people of color at a golf course.” “Whoever you name came out, and that’s because Khaled always preaches positivism.”

“We’re having a great time while raising awareness of golf.” We’re going to do this in Miami each year,” he declared. “To represent the young world, golf is bringing us all together, but unity is what’s really bringing us out here.”