The Dreams hitmaker has been performing good deeds across the globe as part of his Robin Hood Project since 2013, and he continued to share the wealth during a trip to Ferguson, where he stopped by a local MCDonald's and joined the team in the kitchen.

During his visit, The Game manned the deep fryer and worked the drive-through window as he treated customers to 100 free Happy Meals.

He later took to Instagram.com to share photos of his experience, writing, "#100HappyMeals in #Ferguson for the kids in the neighborhood..... I appreciate yall for showing love & the workers at the Mickey D's..... This was a dope (cool) experience (sic)!!!!"

The Game also used his time in Ferguson to visit a memorial for slain Michael Brown, the African-American youth who was fatally shot by a local police officer investigating a robbery last year (14), and posed for photos with the teen's grandmother. Brown's death sparked a number of violent protests across the U.S. last year (14), and highlighted issues between the police and African-American communities.