Drake & The Game Donate Funds To Aid Ohio House Fire Victims
It's always nice to see positive things happening in the Hip-Hop world. And nothing could be better then seeing 2 of rap music's powerhouses, Drake and The Game, providing financial assistance to victims of an Ohio house fire.
The Game was first to act after hearing about the the deaths of 6 people, 5 of which were young siblings, in the fire. According to TMZ, Game was on the phone with Drake when he heard about the tragedy. Each one of the rappers have donated $10,000 to help cover funeral costs. In addition to their $20K, Game's reality TV show, Married To The Game has also agreed to pledge $2,500.
The Game, who's government name is Jayceon Terrell Taylor, maybe a former gang member, but since his musical rise to fame, he's donated considerable sums of money to charity, including his most recent pledge of $1 million to his Robin Hood project that helps children in need.
All rappers take notice!!!
Check out The Game's latest video. Through all the tough talk and street stories, there's still a caring man at heart. Kudos to you both, sirs!.