2020 has been hands down a year like no other we’ve known, and that held true for Christmas of 2020 as well.
In the spirit of giving, on Christmas day, Said The Sky took to Twitter asking fans who were looking to gift someone special something they couldn’t afford to reach out to him and he would help.
Comment your Venmo username below but ONLY if there’s a gift you really wanted to get somebody that you just couldn’t end up swinging this year. I know this year sucked a whole lot but I’d love to help in anyway I can and encourage anybody else who is able to do the same 💙
— Said The Sky (@SaidTheSky) December 25, 2020
In a heartfelt thread that followed, Said the Sky Venmo’d multiple fans $50 to help them get their family and friends Christmas gifts they didn’t have the means to get this year. He also went on further to encourage others who could, to follow suit saying “I know this year sucked a whole lot but I’d love to help in any way I can and encourage anybody else who is able to do the same.”
From wanting to get fellow fans artist merch from his own line to bouquets of flowers and handy gifts to parents, some went on to say they could do with the assistance just to feed their families and pets! Said The Sky sent screenshots of Venmo transfers to many a fan helping them get their loved ones meaningful gifts to brighten up their holidays in these tough times.
This hope portrayed loved and hope in its own little way for many, and what might seem like a small gesture can go a million miles. Give this thread a read to see all the requests he got and those he chose to help spread a little holiday cheer of their own.
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