Rapper Rick Ross Teams Up With Southern Crescent Habitat For Humanity To Help Eliminate Poverty

 Photos: Kiara Jones
Once again it’s on and the boss Rick Ross is doing something good in the local community! Over the weekend MMG Founder Rick Ross teamed up with the Souther Crescent Habitat For Humanity in efforts to help eliminate poverty. Ross is currently involved with community initiatives in Miami, Memphis and New Orleans. He has decided to expand his charitable work with Southern Crescent Habitat For Humanity which serves the community which he lives, Fayette County.

Shortly after his arrivals, Rick Ross was welcomed by Kem Kimbrough, CEO of Southern Crescent Habitat, Ed Johnson, Mayor of Fayetteville, David Barlow, Fayette County Commissioner, Ray Gibson, Fayetteville’s City Manager and Kyle Hood, Tyrone Town Manager, who officially welcomed Ross into Fayette County and acknowledged his philanthropic interest for the county.

“Anything that I can do, I want to do it,” says Ross, all smiles, when speaking on his involvement with the project. Following the welcoming, Ross waisted no time getting to work! He immediately grabbed a paint brush and a paint bucket and assisted with the painting. 

For more information on how you can get involved with Southern Crescent Habitat and our upcoming events, please visit and continue the conversation on Facebook/Twitter/Instagram (@SCHabitatfh) and hashtag #BeABossInTheCommunity #BuildWithSCHabitat

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