Moving past his public battles with ex Kim Mathers, Eminem has added another credit to his already impressive resume of rapper, producer and actor. The hip-hop star and Detroit native now can add philanthropist to his lengthy list of accomplishments.
On Thursday (May 10), Em donated an undisclosed amount of cash on behalf of Eminem's Marshall Mathers Foundation program to Hip-Hop 4 Habitat.
The Detroit News has reported this upbeat story about Hip-Hop 4 Habitat's goal to raise $75,000 so they can proceed in building an 1,100 square-foot home in Detroit's east side - helping to save one family at a time.
"Hip-Hop 4 Habitat is meant to be a positive project and a way for the Hip-Hop community to come together and support a family in need," Alyce Hartman, founder of A Prophetic Generation, a non-profit organization told The Detroit News . "We're so thankful Trick and Eminem are leading this effort."
When the home is completed, volunteers will be treated to a concert by Detroit rapper Trick-Trick, who also is lending a hand in the construction of the home.