“We’ve been spending most of our time working in the studio working on our ‘Culture III’ album and going back to the house and staying away, playing games and spending, like, three, four hours on ‘Call of Duty’ and back to the studio,” he said.
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Quavo has also used the time away from the public to give back.
After streaming his 29th birthday party live on Instagram over the weekend, the rapper announced his charity, Quavo Cares Foundation, is raising funds to provide personal protective equipment to medical professionals in Atlanta and Los Angeles.
“For my birthday, my foundation, Quavo Cares, is donating and raising money to provide very needed gowns, masks and face shields for front line health care professionals in Los Angeles and Atlanta,” he said in a video.