Detroit Rapper Helped Hand Out Backpacks Full of School Supplies to Kids In Detroit
What Detroit native used his power and money for the good of young children in Detroit this school year?
That would be none other than Big Sean, who was in Detroit to promote his new album HALL OF FAME. The rapper had heard about the back to school fair, and wanted to help out.
He said: "DPS [Detroit Public Schools] needs this more than anybody. Hopefully this is just the first of many events we can do to help give back. I wanted to make sure that when I looked back at my life I did something that I was proud of, that I left a legacy. Of course I make a lot of fun music, all sorts of songs, but I'm definitely going to make songs to inspire, to do my part for the community, especially for the kids in Detroit."
Well played sir, well played.