Gwinnett County officials "threatened" rapper Offset for feeding voters waiting in line at the polls on Nov. 3.
The Lincoln Project teamed up with the Migos member to provide free meals to voters at three polling locations in Gwinnett and Fulton Counties.
The food trucks were provided by The Slutty Vegan and Big Dave's. In videos posted on his IG page, the father-of-five wore a white mask and blue baseball cap to cover his hair extensions while he prepared food inside the truck.
The 28-year-old used a bullhorn to announce the free food to voters waiting in line.
The Lincoln Project, a group of conservatives and Republicans, said Gwinnett officials "threatened" to cite Offset for campaigning within 100 yards of a polling place.
Offset is best known for being married to fellow rapper Cardi B. The couple share a 2-year-old daughter, Kulture.