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US-based rapper, French Montana has been doing some pretty inspiring philanthropic work. The rapper posted a picture on Twitter that said he donated $100,000 to Uganda’s SuubiHealth Care Center last year.
The health center is now reported to be serving 300,000 people! That’s super impressive!!!
Happy one year anniversary to my family in Uganda 🇺🇬 cant believe we got so much done in one year !! Thank u for the opportunity💪❤️ !! pic.twitter.com/VBeGRIi6Zg
— French Montana (@FrencHMonTanA) March 14, 2018
French Montana visited Uganda when he shot the video for his hit song”Unforgettable” with Swae Lee. And decided to donate the $100,000 in support of the country’s healthcare system. He built the hospital and got his Bad Boy label boss, Diddy, Ciroc Foundation and The Weeknd to match his six-figure donation.
And according to TMZ, the Moroccan rapper was honored as a Global Citizen Ambassador for his charitable donations to the African country of Uganda.
Good Job Montana!