American rapper, Travis Scott geeds 50,000 residents in Houston amid winter storms in Texas.
Not too long ago, social media was flooded with videos and photos of residents of Houston, Texas who had been impacted by the winter storms. The storms had affected the power source and also hindered access to water.
According to TMZ, American rapper, Travis Scott and his Cactus Jack Foundation have teamed up with Mayor Sylvester Turner to provide food for 50,000 Houston residents who were affected by this. They have launched an emergency food program Friday to feed the affected residents.
To achieve this, the “Sicko Mode” hit maker’s foundation teamed up with local agencies and restaurant owners to make food available to the people who are still recovering from the storm. The most vulnerable residents are first in line to get the food. Truck loads of food and bottled water were delivered to residents all over the city on Friday.