French Montana is giving back to his home of Morocco in a very big way. The Bad Boy MC is reportedly putting money towards helping to build two preschools in the country.
“The “Unforgettable” rapper is working with the Sabae School of Fida-Mers Sultan district,” writes TMZ. “… we’re told his donation will be able to provide supplies and sustain the classrooms for at least a few years.”
French is originally from Morocco and moved to America at the age of 13. He has been very candid about being an immigrant and was granted U.S. citizenship earlier this year. It’s clear that he hasn’t forgotten his roots and works tirelessly to help those less fortunate than he is.
The “No Stylist” rapper’s investment in helping others is nothing too new, as he’s helped to raise $500,000 towards building a hospital in Uganda. He also brought awareness to the “We Are The Dream” campaign, which targets high-school and college-aged students who are undocumented in order to provide them with higher education opportunities.
“I am one of tens of thousands of first and second generation immigrants that are having a significant positive impact on the United States,” the rapper told Rolling Stone of We Are The Dream. “I am excited to lead others in this fight to ensure Dreamers connect with support they need to get to college and make their American Dream come true.”
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