Hip hop star Master P is contributing his quota as he is helping the elderly stay safe from the coronavirus pandemic.
Born Percy Robert Miller, the rapper, actor, record producer and former basketball player rose to prominence in the mid-1990s with the success of his hip hop group Tru.
Apart from music, Master P has acted in movies, including ‘I Got the Hook Up’, ‘Soccer Mom’, ‘Gone in 60 Seconds’, ‘Toxic’, and ‘Foolish’.
TMZ in a report revealed that the rapper has urged those who over 60 years old in New Orleans can sign up for deep cleaning of their home. They will also get two types of hand sanitizers. Everything is free as all they have to do is show their ID.
New Orleans is Master P’s hometown and as the old folks stand a greater risk if infected by COVID-19, he is doing what he can to help as the region is suffering from the results of the outbreak.
Also, his foundation, Team Hope NOLA, has been making cash donations and purchasing groceries for the elderly.
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