Trae Tha Truth Helps Struggling Students So They Can Graduate On Time
The Houston rap legend is just as well known for his relief work. SHARE COPY LINK TWEET
Houston rapper Trae Tha Truth decided to help out some high school students by purchasing their caps and gowns.
Trae and The Relief Gang came to the aid of 13 students, who were struggling to come up with the money to pay their students dues.
If they didn’t have the $65 to pay, they would not have received their caps and gowns to walk with the rest of the graduating class.
“It doesn’t matter if it was one or two, or if it’s 2,000,” Trae Tha Truth told Click2Houston. “At the end of the day, we just helping those who need to be helped and that’s what we’re out here to do.”
This is just the latest good work from Trae and The Relief Gang.
Earlier this month, the rapper rescued several children from flooding at the Woodbridge Forrest Middle School and reunited them with their parents.
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