By Yuriy Andriyashchuk
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer
Over the past month, the state of Texas has been dealing with some very bad winter weather. People’s homes have been losing power, they’ve been freezing inside their homes, and many also don’t have the essentials needed to sustain themselves in conditions such as this.
According to TMZ, Travis Scott is stepping up in a major way for his hometown. He and his Cactus Jack Foundation are now getting with Mayor Sylvester Turner to start an emergency food program today. This will help 50,000 residents received some much-needed food. The foundation is also getting together with local agencies and restaurant owners to deliver these meals. In addition to the food being delivered in Houston, plenty of water are also on the way as this is also scarce in many homes.
TMZ also added that Scott has been making other positive impacts in his hometown such as his Christmas toy drive in December as well as launching the Waymon Webster Scholarship. This is named after his grandfather as it will help HBCU students. Scott’s grandfather is a Prairie View A&M alum.
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