The personal information was sent to celebrities who participated in the charity.

Because of this money laundering charity used by countless celebrities in the music business, the feds are quietly ignoring the fact that the charity, which was run by a family member of a foreign born A list rapper, also spread personal information of underage female fans of the rapper.

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Because of this money laundering charity used by countless celebrities in the music business, the feds are quietly ignoring the fact that the charity, which was run by a family member of a foreign born A list rapper, also spread personal information of underage female fans of the rapper. The personal information was sent to celebrities who participated in the “charity.”

When an underage or barely legal female fan would send in photos or messages that seemed they would be willing to engage n s*xual activity, the sibling of the celebrity would engage with them and get their personal information which would be sent to others in the industry who wanted to hook up with females of that age.

French Montana

French Montana Launches Global Healthcare Initiative, Donates $100K to Mama Hope Organization in Uganda: Exclusive

After spotlighting the talented youth of Uganda in the video of his latest track, “Unforgettable” featuring Rae Sremmurd’s Swae Lee, French Montana has donated $100,000 and dedicated his “Unforgettable Dance Challenge” to the Mama Hope organization, which supports global entrepreneurship to help end extreme poverty.

After hearing about Mama Hope through a mutual friend, the rapper met with the women and children at the Suubi Center and was compelled to find a way to help them. “I feel like sometimes God puts you in a platform where you’re supposed to help other people,” French Montana tells Billboard. He adds of his experience abroad, “That touched my heart when I went out there. I wanted to give them the shirt off my back and help as soon as possible.” – Source