Offset was one among numerous celebrities that kindly donated to the late actor Anthony Johnson’s burial costs.

According to TMZ, the Migos rapper, 29, contributed $5,000.

Johnson’s family is said to have gathered $70,000 from celebrities and fans, ensuring that the burial would be free of charge.

Comedian Lil Rey Howery is said to have donated $4,000 to the family of the I Got the Hook-Up actor.

Representatives for the Free Guy actor said he wants to help because he considers comedy to be a brotherhood.

Michael Blackson, who also starred in the Friday series, raised $10,000 for burial expenses.

Fat Joe, the rapper, and Faizon Love, the actor from Couples Retreat, have both called the family to express their sympathies.

On September 6, Johnson was discovered unconscious in a Los Angeles shop.
He was taken to a hospital, where his death was pronounced.

The actor starred in a number of films and television shows, including Martin and Malcom & Eddie.

Despite the fact that he regularly worked throughout the years, his wife revealed earlier this month that they were experiencing financial difficulties paying for his burial and requested that all the “false love” be stopped.

”But just please stop the fake love. Please stop the fake calls. Please stop the fake texts. Please just for our family, and when I say our family, I mean me, the kids, and the grandkids. Just stop it,’

Jones Mason said.

As a result of Mason Jones’ touching remarks, donations poured in, and the family now has more money than they need for the funeral.
Johnson’s wife plans to make the most of the cash available.

She stated that when burial bills are covered, she plans to spend some of the money to care for his four children, as well as starting a standup comedy school for poor youngsters.

Johnson didn’t have life insurance, according to Jones Mason, and she plans to use some of the money to urge other performers and comedians to obtain it.