He participated in the Feed Your City Challenge food drive in Compton shortly before Thanksgiving.
And Nick Cannon, 40, was back helping those in need on Tuesday in Hollywood when he partnered with the popular Japanese restaurant Yamashiro and the Singapore-based entertainment company HollyGold to donate free meals to the Hollywood Food Coalition.
The multi-talented comedian and rapper was on the front lines distributing boxes of groceries with the radio host Ellen K. of Los Angeles‘ KOST.
Although he pulled off his mask at various time to show off an ear-to-ear smile, he mostly played it safe when it came to COVID-19 procedures, and he added a pair of gloves for extra protection.
Since 2019, Nick has maintained increased visibility thanks to his hosting gig on the surprise hit reality competition The Masked Singer, which is already in its fourth season.
A mixture of legendary singers and oddball celebrities perform songs for the home audience and judges in cartoonish costumes, with the least popular performer being unmasked at the end of the episode.