Last week, Kanye West was trending on Thanksgiving while speaking on Skid Row in Los Angeles. There, he made it known that God will help bring him and Kim Kardashian back together, and that that will inspire others to get their families back together.
Skid Row is also known for having many homeless residents, and now, Kanye is looking to help the escalating epidemic in Los Angeles.
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Kanye Meets With Organizations To Assist The Homeless
According to TMZ, Kanye has been meeting with various organizations in Los Angeles, to help the homeless. Last week, visited L.A. Mission, to deliver off 1,000 meals. There, he also met with charitable organizations’ leaders, to see what they all can do, to help better the situations of LA’s homeless residents.
At the time, Ye also met with Reverend Troy Vaughn, CEO of L.A. Mission. It was there, that Ye reportedly introduced four ideas, that he can contribute, to the homeless.
Kanye Lays Out His Plans For The Homeless
Among the strategies that Kanye has in mind for the homeless, are to “continue feeding the unhoused by establishing a working relationship with organizations across the city.” He also wants to use his companies, in order to provide education, jobs and housing.
Kanye also wants to bring in other organizations, who are combatting these issues of homelessness and combine the efforts of everyone, in order to get those who need help the most.
Ye even wants to use his Sunday Service events to inspire the LA homeless community, and also uplift their spirits, in the midst of their challenging circumstances.
Kanye Is Holding ‘Free Larry Hoover’ Benefit Concert In LA
Last week, Kanye also had social media in a frenzy, as he announced that his “Free Larry Hoover” benefit concert, is coming to Los Angeles, on December 7. This will be held at the LA Coliseum. Drake will also be performing at this event, as this comes in the midst of the two finally ending their three-year feud, earlier this month. The two celebrated by parting at Drake’s house and even had Dave Chappelle speak on how important that moment was.
Tickets for the Free Larry Hoover concert have since been released, as the standard rates are between $200-$300. Hoover was originally the co-founder of the Chicago street gang, Gangster Disciples, and has been mentioned in a myriad of hip-hop songs.
Kanye’s ‘Donda’ Album Continues To See Success
Kanye’s music is also seeing huge numbers this fall, after he released his 10th studio album, “Donda,” on August 29. That went on to be Ye’s 10th consecutive number one album, as well.
The album rollout for Donda was impressive as well, as Kanye had three album listening parties. Two were held in Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium, and the final one was at Soldier Field, in his hometown of Chicago. Currently, Donda is at number 14, on the Billboard 200 chart.