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ATLANTA, GEORGIA - OCTOBER 01: Young Thug attends the 2021 BET Hip Hop Awards at Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center on October 01, 2021 in Atlanta, Georgia.

As videos began to circulate online that Ukrainian authorities are discriminating against African residents who are trying to escape the Russian invaded nation, they might be soon receiving help from rapper Young Thug.

Thug posted to his Instagram Story offering aid and calling for his “rap brothers” to help out as well.

“lf some of my rap brothers are in, I’m willing to help Africans get out of Ukraine,” he wrote, per Uproxx.  “Who ever holds the info for these movements please contact me ASAP I’m ready.”

While they haven’t pledged to help, Gunna and Cardi B also offered their prayers for Ukrainian residents.

“We Pushing 🅿️eace #prayforUkraine,” Gunna tweeted.

Cardi B also voiced her opinion in a video she posted to Twitter saying she’s “taking the citizen’s side.”

“I’m really not on NATO’s side, I’m really not on Russian side, I’m actually in the citizens’ side, because at the end of the day, the world is having a crisis right now,” the “Up” rapper said. “This inflation not only in America, but everywhere in the world! It’s really hard to get the economy back up. There is so much shipments and embarkments backed up, China’s not really messing with us, so a lot of things are behind, a lot of goods are behind, and this s— just made it a lot more complicated, so I’m just really annoyed by this.”