Master P 15th annual Thanks Giving event Teams up with Big Boy from Power 106, in Watts California.
Master P and Big Boy team up in Watts, California, and fed over 2,000 needy families with a hot meal and turkeys just in time for Thanksgiving. In a community like Watts, California many of the families are raised in poverty and are in a high crime environment. The message was to celebrate, Let The Kids Grow and be thankful, it was a peaceful and joyful 15th annual event, that keeps growing each year. Local resident, Chico Brown said “We are honored to have a celebrity such as Master P status committed to helping the community and constantly coming back. When Big Boy and Master P came into the community center you could feel the love and you could see the smiles on families faces knowing that someone cares about us.” Thanksgiving is the time of giving and the families enjoyed the lavish meals cooked by Honey Baked Ham Company.
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Master P Uses Proceeds
From ‘The Gift Album’ To Buy Christmas Presents For Underprivileged Kids
Master P aka Percy Miller, No Limit Forever Records CEO, loaded up his tour
bus on Christmas Eve with Bicycles, Xbox Ones,
Games, and Toys to brighten up Christmas for underprivileged kids that lost
their parents due to senseless violent crimes. Master P’s The Gift Album is
one of the hottest records on the street but instead of celebrating his
success, he spends his proceeds from The Gift Album project to help inner
city at-risk youth. Master P stated, “Hopefully, I can be like a guardian
angel to these kids during this tough time as they celebrate Christmas
without their parents. These kids are special,
our mission is to uplift and encourage them even though they’ve been
scarred by these tragedies. If we can help them learn how to smile again,
have hope and overcome their adversities with time, their wounds will
eventually heal. Our goal is to help Let The Kids Grow. Christmas is a time
celebrating Jesus’s birthday with family, love and joy. Although these kids
have lost their parents, we want them to know that there are still people
who care and love them.”