Big Sean raises $100,000 towards Flint water crisis; talks mom’s bout with lead poisoning



“Bounce Back” rapper, Big Sean, has been everything BUT shy about giving back to those in need. And in effort to snuff out the ever-looming disastrous effects of the Flint water crisis in his home state, the Michigan native has raised over $100,000 in charity dollars through his Sean Anderson Foundation.
In promotion of his forthcoming album,  I Decided, Jhene Aiko’s 28-year-old suspected sweetheart sat down with The Daily Show’s Trevor Noah to spill on his upcoming projects, his thoughts on the current state of Hip-Hop, and his relentless work to restore health and normalcy to everyone effected by Flint’s contaminated water supply.


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“I just know it’s not even close to being over. In that situation, I feel like, it’s not a natural disaster,” Big Sean said of the water crisis– an issue that’s plagued a number of Michiganders since 2014 . “It’s something that should’ve been prevented and could’ve been prevented, so it’s just disgusting to think about the damages that these families and even kids have to go through with the lead poisoning.”
The G.O.O.D. Music signee went on to reveal that his own mother– who assists him in the running of his foundation–even grappled with a degree of lead poisoning due to the contaminated H2O.
“It was very hard for her to deal with, but she was able, through holistic care and homeopathic remedies, was able to reverse a lot of the effects of lead poisoning,” he said.
By : Asia Grace

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