Rozay, himself has traded in his Ashton Martin for a hammer and a paintbrush to help build homes for Habitat for Humanity. The rapper paid a visit to Southern Crescent Habitat for Humanity’s first-ever Fayette County project in Georgia.
Upon arrival, Ross met with Habitat for Humanity representatives for a few hours to figure out how he could get more involved with the organization. During his time in Fayette County, he helped paint veterans’ homes with other volunteers.
According to The Daily Mail, Ross told the families at the building site, “Anything that I can do, I want to do it.” The rapper has previously worked with Habitat For Humanity projects in Miami, Florida; New Orleans, Louisiana; and Memphis, Tennessee.