French Montana’s Donation to Ugandan Health Center Helps Bring Health Care to Over 280,000 People
French Montana might be busy promoting his newly released Jungle Rules album, but that hasn't stopped him from giving back in a major way. Recently, the Bronx-based rapper—apparently with some help from The Weeknd—made a massive donation to a health center in Uganda, and now, the impact of his charitable offering has been revealed.
In a special video message Frenchy uploaded to his Instagram account, a woman who's presumably a staff member of Mama Hope—a charitable organization that's done significant work in Africa—shows the rapper the nearly completed building his money has helped pay for. Apparently, the building will serve as a home for doctors and other medical staff.
The woman also shows an extended building being constructed behind the medical staff quarters. According to her, the building will help service 286,000 people with health care when it's finally complete. Amazing.
French himself is obviously excited. In his caption for the video, he wrote, "WOW !! I love hip hop and the platform it gave me. Things like this make all the blood sweat and tears worth it. I really had to stop talking and take action. Still amazed at the process! I can't take all the credit shout out to @mama_hope @glblctzn and my brother @theweeknd and the beautiful people of Uganda 🙏🙏."
Salute to French, who also Check out the video below.
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