OutKast’s Big Boi donates 150 meals to poll workers in Atlanta

FILE - In this March 15, 2016 file photo, Big Boi performs at the South by Southwest Interactive Festival in Austin, Texas. The rapper has already landed a recurring role on ?The Quad? and is in the process of filming his part for ?Super Fly,? a remake of the 1970s cult classic. On ?The Quad,? which airs Tuesday on BET at 10 p.m. EDT, Big Boi plays the opinionated father of a new top recruit. (Photo by Jack Plunkett/Invision/AP, File)

ATLANTA — Some very lucky poll workers in Atlanta got a very special surprise this weekend.

OutKast’s Big Boi donated meals to the hard-working poll workers. The beloved Atlanta icon teamed up with Postmates and World Central Kitchen to donate 150 meals Saturday.

Big Boi wrote on Instagram: “We wanted to show some love this weekend to all those working hard at the polls in my hometown of ATL.”

Big Boi, real name Antwan Patton, grew up in Atlanta where he met André 3000, real name André Benjamin. They later formed the Grammy-award winning hip-hop group OutKast.

On Saturday, more than nearly 127,000 people early voted in Georgia, so poll workers worked up an appetite.

Big Boi urged his 1.5 million followers to vote in his Instagram post.