Rick Ross is on his voluntary community service tip.
The rapper made a surprise visit to Southern Crescent Habitat for Humanity’s first-ever Fayette County project in Georgia.
He met with representatives for two hours to figure out how he can get more involved with the organization. He also helped paint veterans’ homes with other volunteers.
He was welcomed by local families from the south Atlanta region and met with Southern Crescent Habitat CEO Kem Kimbrough and the Mayor of Fayetteville, Ed Johnson.
“Anything that I can do, I want to do it,” Renzel said during the meeting.
Southern Crescent Habitat for Humanity was started to help “low income families find opportunity, stability, and improve their quality of life.” They also work with families and neighborhoods to teach financial literacy.