Migos’ Offset Bought A Good Samaritan Who Helped Him After A Car Crash A Brand New Car

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A couple weeks back, Offset of Migos fame was involved in a car crash in Atlanta and was treated for minor injuries at an area hospital. He was released soon thereafter and details of the crash remain hazy as no police or emergency workers were called to the scene.

Evidently, things could have been a lot more serious if it weren’t for an unnamed Good Samaritan who Offset claims “saved his life” following the accident.

Yesterday, the 26-year-old Georgia rapper took to Twitter to express his appreciation for the man in the form of a brand new Nissan Altima.

In the video posted below, Offset explains that the man had been walking to work when he stepped in to help him, so a new car would go a very long way.

“He saved my life when I had that accident,” Offset says in the video with the man standing next to his new car. “He was the only one who seen me, helped me get out of the car, helped me walk and get where I needed to get to. So I bought my boy a car because he was walking to work.”

This is a good news day for famous people doing good things for people. If you haven’t already, check out the story of Cardinals tight end Jermaine Gresham stepping in so a girl didn’t miss her flight home from Europe.

Don’t look now, but this internet isn’t such a bad place after all.

[h/t FADER]

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