“This is my village, this is my tribe,” he said.
The Grammy-nominated rapper will host a fundraiser Saturday on New York radio station HOT 97 and sister station 107.5 WBLS from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. for the families of the 17 victims. in the Bronx apartment fire on January 9.
“When the cameras are off and three or four months from now people will really need help and we just want to be here to provide that help and both stations are tied to the community,” TT Torrez told HOT 97.
And there have been families forced to leave their homes.
“It’s 14 degrees outside right now,” Fat Joe said. “Everybody’s homeless, everybody’s displaced, we have to help them as much as we can.”
He’s raised over $1 million on his own and now he’s recruiting more stars.
“We are taking over HOT 97 with many of my friends, Remy Ma, Cardi B, A Boogie, everyone and just ordinary New Yorkers who care and see my efforts,” said Fat Joe. people.
Bronx, French Montana native and legend Kurtis Blow will also join the effort.
This week, Cardi REMOVES offer to pay funeral expenses for the victims, speak:
“I can’t begin to imagine the pain and anguish the families of the victims are going through, but I hope that not having to worry about the costs associated with burying their loved ones helps. beneficial as they move forward and heal.”
A GoFundMe page has also raised over a million dollars
You can donate now to Fat Joe’s fundraiser by visiting fatjoe.me/donatebronx – 100% of the money goes to the city’s Bronx relief fund, which at the last check, reached $2.5 million.
“New York City is very, very resilient… we stand up in times of need, we come together, and this is one of those dire times,” Fat Joe said.
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