Logic has spread some cheer this holiday season, gifting $100 to random strangers who participate and win a game of rock, paper, scissors.
Footage of the holiday showdown was shared on the Maryland rapper’s Instagram page on Thursday (December 29) and shows the rapper walking down the street asking people if they want to play a game of rock, paper, scissors for a chance to win $100. Almost everyone was taken aback by his request but participated anyway.
The first $100 went to a man who beat a woman he was walking with, while the second went to a lady who had an intense match with her own friend. Another person won a game against someone on Logic’s team, and he also received some funny advice from the rapper.
“Get outta here, don’t spend it all on blow,” Logic said as the man walked away laughing. “That’s a joke. Could you imagine?”
Logic has been in the giving mood lately as he dished out a new freestyle earlier this week titled “Like a Playwright.” Sharing the clip on Instagram, Logic is seen wearing a bathrobe while he spits about how he’s a rapper by day but a “dad by night,” and that everyone should spend time with their families this holiday season.
“Logic known for telling stories like a playwright/ Stay Black brothers and sisters is how we stay right,” Logic raps. “It’s that midnight maurader shit/ Flow seamless over the beats it’s kinda like a partnership/I never even thought of it/ ‘Cause see for me it’s not a contest/ I want all my brothers to win, all my brothers to win.”
Logic’s latest Instagram bars comes after he wrapped on his North American Vinyl Verse Tour with Wiz Khalifa earlier this year. The tour kicked off on July 27 and concluded in St. Louis, Missouri on September 2. 24kGoldn, DJ Drama, Fedd The God and C Dot Castro also appeared at numerous stops along the way, with Berner and Rubi Rose performing on a few select dates as well.
The tour was in support of Logic’s latest album Vinyl Days, which dropped on June 17, and features appearances from Action Bronson, Russ, Curren$y, RZA, AZ, The Game and others. The project was his last on Def Jam, as he left the label earlier this year in favor of a better deal at BMG that would allow him to own his masters.
The move to BMG serves as Logic’s first label change since dropping his debut album, Under Pressure, on Def Jam in 2014.