French Montana Partners With Adam Levine To Raise Ksh 22.5M For Ugandan Hospital

The American based rapper is finally showing more of his humanitarian side. The Moroccan born rapper French Montana has always been on the front line helping the less fortunate. At one time a video of Ugandan kids dancing along to his songs went viral and Montana responded by taking in the kids.

He recently did a remix of his own song `Famous’ with the legendary Adam Levine and the song was an instant hit .The two have decided to donate 100% of royalties from the remixed Famous and donate it to Mama Hope Foundation in Uganda. This is not the first time Montana is taking his royalties and donating to foundations. In 2017, after he did the song Unforgettable ft Rae sremmurd, he donated the funds to a clinic in Uganda.

French Montana will be using the funds raised from the remix (Famous) to raise more funds for medical services in Rural Uganda. Going by the YouTube description in the remix, Two other hospitals in the region were recently shut down therefore Suubi has the potential to serve hundreds of thousands of additional people with continued resourcing. The proceeds from “Famous” Remix will allow Suubi to expand construction and access to water which will ultimately provide health access to thousands more families across the country. Because of the incredible impact French has had, and the quality of services Suubi has been able to offer, their footprint has expanded.

Through smart social entrepreneurship, French and team’s funding has enabled Suubi to jump it’s locally generated income from 31% to 56%. Construction is in progress on the main hospital block, mini-theater / antenatal ward, bathrooms, staff houses and more.  Mama Hope is in the midst of seeking ~$225K in order to complete Suubi “Hope” Health Center.”

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