Rap-A-Lot CEO James Prince and Hip-Hop Stars Host “Super Bowl Fish Fry” For Homeless

A group of rappers in Houston, Texas decided to give back to the local community yesterday (January 30th).

(AllHipHop News) Rap-A Lot-Records CEO James Prince played host to a fish fry, at St. John’s Church.

“When you give, you receive as well,” J Prince said. “It’s like a high with me. It’s a high where you don’t have to have a drug. It’s a high in giving.”

While most people are focusing on the outcome of the New England Patriots versus the Atlanta Falcons, J Prince had his eye on charitable acts.

J Prince, Bun B and Slim Thug were among the artists who pitched in to help feed the local homeless.

Long time Rap-A-Lot artist Bun B said he was impressed with J Prince’s spirit, especially since most people are looking forward to Super Bowl LI, which is taking place this Sunday (February 5th), in Houston.

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