Slim Thug has proudly repped his hometown of Houston in every walk of his life, and decided to give back to his community with a free concert and charity drive.

Fans were admitted into the show with 5 canned goods, which went to Slim Thugga's third Annual FEED HOUSTON Food Drive. For their generous donations, fans got to watch Thugga rock the mic along with guests Killa Kyleon, Trae tha Truth, Marcus Manchild, Z-Ro and Juvenile.

The crowd went wild once Slim Thug hit the stage treating the crowd to fan favorites such as "Houston," the Z-Ro assisted "Gangsta," "Creepin'" and "I Run."

The next day following the show Slim Thug hit the streets to the Hard Riders of Houston Motorcycle Club Sunday to deliver toys to over 200 kids at the Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club of Garden City right down the street from where he grew up.

I was born on Homestead, but I was raised in Acres Homes," Slim Thug said. "Literally, since I was 10 years old, I lived right down the street from here on this same street, on Gulf Bank, so it's just blessing to be able to come back and give back and not be the one trying to receive something."

Each child at the event lit up, as they left with a bag full of toys, something Thugga knows is important to the less fortunate.

"I'm from here, I know what it is," Slim said. "I lived it, I've been that kid on Christmas; I know the feeling of wanting something and not receiving it or going to school and hearing about what everybody else got and not being able to brag back with 'em, so we just wanted to give all kids a good Christmas. All kids deserve Christmas, I don't care who it is."