Houston rapper Trae Tha Thruth is lending a helping hand to Jackson, MS. The water crisis in Jackson is on going. The community has been on a " boil water" advisory. For seven weeks the city has been coordinating relief. Governor Tate Reeves was happy to announce updates on Thursday:
“We can now announce that we have restored clean water to the City of Jackson as of today," Reeves said. "We can state that the boil water advisory can be lifted for all those that rely on Jackson’s water system. "“The system is still imperfect and we’re going to address issues throughout the duration of the state’s response. It is possible, although I pray not inevitable, that there will be further interruption. We can not perfectly predict what will go wrong with such a broken system,” he said to NBC News.
Trae Tha Truth is sending 100 water filters, groceries and supplies to help families in Jacksonville Mississippi. Trae's also takin the extra step and is personally delivering water filters himself. Along with showing the families how to install the water filter.
The city of Jackson is investigating the cause of the crisis. All the outside helping hands is appreciated by the residents of Jackson Mississippi.
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