These individuals received between ¢30 and ¢200 randomly in a package dubbed, #TiCMOMOWednesday.
According to the artiste, born Nana Kweku Okyere Duah, prior to the giveaway, many people had reached out to him for money as low as ¢20.
TiC stated that he felt people were in difficult times, and he decided to support not because he had a lot of money, but wanted to save some situations and put smiles on the faces of people.
The beneficiaries were on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and in some cases on WhatsApp platforms.
“I did this not because I’m rich, but my desire to help people out of their discomfort,” he had said.
To TiC, since the lockdown, things have been difficult for those who either work for private establishments or are self-employed.
TiC urged other well-to-do persons who are in position to support the needy to do more in these trying times.
The “Goro” hitmaker urged Ghanaians to adhere to the various precautionary measures put in place to stay safe.
TiC recently released, Mama Grace EP which was dedicated to his mother, for the invaluable role she played in his music career.
The EP, which is his maiden in the over Two decades career is made up of songs like, Goro, Ditto, Nipa, London Bridge, Wori, and Love me Now.