50 Cent joined forces with Houston mayor Sylvester Turner for an educational program to assist three local high schools with low academic performance.
50 committed $600,000 in a partnership with Houston ISD, Horizon United and the G-Unity Foundation to fund the new G-Star program at Wheatley, Worthing, and Kashmere high schools in Houston. The program will help students learn various business skills that focus on entrepreneurship while providing teens with lessons at the College Masters level.
“The kids that won’t listen to nobody, will listen to me, we come out of the same kinda confusion,” 50 wrote. “This program is just gonna show them how to win. #bransoncognac #lecheminduroi.”
Mayor Turner added. “This program is another platform to help build the leaders and workforce of the future. Educational opportunities play a key role in Houston’s quality of life.”
50’s educational program aims to open up in schools all across the country.
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