Meek Mill Donates to Flint Water Crisis, Challenges 50 Cent to Do the Same

Meek Mill performs onstage at Barclays Center of Brooklyn
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Meek Mill performs onstage at Barclays Center of Brooklyn on July 26, 2015 in New York City.  

In between beefing with 50 Cent on Instagram and spewing disses on his latest EP 4/4, Meek Mill is making time for good deeds.

The Philadelphia rapper said he would be sending $50,000 to Flint, Michigan -- currently in a state of crisis after its water system was contaminated with lead -- and challenged 50 Cent to match his donation. 

"I got 50k to donate to waters ... Let's see if we can have @50cent match me! I'm pretty sure "flint" supported us!," he wrote on Instagram (Jan. 18).

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While 50 has kept mum about donating to Flint, Meek has been promoting his big contribution, which TMZ says is unrelated to his court-mandated community service as he faces sentencing in his probation violation case next month.

Meek also offered an update on Tuesday (Jan. 19), writing on Instagram, "My money is in and my job done ... It shows dudes like that can't function when you act like a grown man! No response... them dudes poison! WE DONT NEGOTIATE WITH TERRORIST!#DONATETOFLINT show some humanity!"

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Earlier this week, 50 and Meek exchanged barbs on social media after the release of Meek's EP  4/4 on Saturday (Jan. 16), where he takes shots at the Queens rapper on the track "Gave 'Em Hope." 

Other celebrities who have expressed outrage over the Flint water crisis include Big Sean, Cher and Diddy. 

Billboard has reached out to a rep for Meek for comment.