FLINT, MI — Rapper Cliff King Mac remembered the disbelief as he peeled bills off a stack of cash over the weekend and handed it to unsuspecting drivers at two intersections in Flint.
Standing at Center Road and Interstate 69 and Ballenger Highway and Corunna Road with a cardboard sign reading “I AM NOT Homeless I got Cars, I Got Houses, AND A SON ON THE WAY I’m Giving, because I’m Blessed, Do You Need $$?,” he gave out around $200 after receiving some divine inspiration.
“I knew it was God. I was so eager just thinking about it,” he said. “I was eager to do this. It was a beautiful feeling. People were out there taking pictures. They were like, God bless you.”
Born Clifton Eugene Terry, the 25-year-old Flint musician that grew up along Dayton Street on the city’s north side, said he’s been active in giving back to the community …