The Game and Drake have each donated thousands to an Ohio woman who lost her family in a tragic mobile home fire as part of the Robin Hood Project.
After making headlines with his Robin Hood Project campaign pledge to donate $1 million by Christmas in giving away $10,000 to the mother of a slain 6-year-old California girl, the “How We Do” rapper has done it again.
This time Game, 33, enlisted the help of fellow good guy rapper Drake to donate $22,500 to an Ohio woman who lost her family in a devastating house fire.
On Sept. 15, the blaze broke out at the mobile home of Ana Angel, killing her five young children and boyfriend while she was at work.
A funeral home identified the children Monday as Tiara Angel, 6, Stormie Huey, 5, Trinity Huey, 4, Sunshine Huey, 3, and 2-year-old Domonic Fresch, according to the Associated Press. Her boyfriend was identified as Tim Fresch, 25.
“I cannot imagine the feeling she had at that moment & when I 1st read this story yesterday I just happened to be on the phone with (Drake) & told him about it so he offered to help alongside me,” the rapper added.
He explained that the two of them split a $20,000 donation, with an additional $2,500 coming from the production team of his reality TV show “Married to The Game,” to cover Angel’s funeral costs and provide funds for a new vehicle.
“What (The Game) is doing will never be forgotten,” Drake, 26, added on his Instagram page. “Honored to be able to help people alongside my brother.”