Trae Tha Truth & Chamillionaire Supply Of Food And Water To Texas Prison Affected By Hurricane Harvey
The relief efforts are in full force and effect.
Jefferson County, TX – The Hip Hop community has played an important role in the relief efforts following the passage of Hurricane Harvey. In the latest example of rappers lending a helping hand, Trae Tha Truth and fellow Houston rhymer Chamillionaire, brought food and water to a jail in Texas in need.
"I got A Call Saying Inmates Locked up Have no Water Or Food," Trae wrote on Saturday (September 2) in an Instagram post. "We Came To The Prison Wit Food And Water.... All Luv... Today Was A Blessing."
I received A Call Saying Inmates Locked up don't Have Food Or Water.... We Arrived At The Jail Wit Food And Water.... All Luv... Today Was A Blessing🙏🏿🙏🏿
A post shared by traeabn (@traeabn) on Sep 2, 2017 at 6:50 pm PDT
Brings also released a video of the scene in the Jefferson County Jail. Interns and volunteers alike helped to bring a lot of pizzas.
Blessed To Feed To Tha Jail Today... Everyone Needs Support In These Times... A Greeting To All Tha Prisoners In The County Jail Of Jefferson...... Love
A post shared by traeabn (@traeabn) on Sep 2, 2017 at 11:07pm PDT
Brings has been at the forefront since the Hurricane Harvey devastated Texas, to help in any way they can. The veteran MC was seen rescuing flood victims, including Orlando Magic guard Jonathan Simmons. The ABN leader started a fundraiser too, raising more than $120,000 through GoFundMe as of September 3.
Take a look at how Hip Hop is helping in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey below.