Fetty Wap Honored With Key To City In New Jersey
After ruling the charts with four hit singles, Fetty Wap was honored in his hometown of Paterson, New Jersey, on Thursday (August 27) with a day of festivities.
Mayor Jose "Joey" Torres presented the 25-year-old rapper with the key to the city, and called him "an inspiration to Paterson's youth."
"Without y'all, the world wouldn't know who I am," said Fetty Wap.
He celebrated the honor by performing a free back-to-school concert for 1,200 Paterson high school students, running through hits like "Trap Queen," "Again," and "My Way," as the mayor danced on stage.
French Montana also joined him as a special guest, performing some of his own hits, including "Off the Rip."