Houston rappers Slim Thug, Trae Tha Truth, Paul Wall and more have all united to help end violence and strengthen their local communities by opening accounts in a black-owned bank.
The high-profile hip-hop artists opened accounts at Unity Bank in the Third Ward in an effort to help businesses grow.
Willie D, Slim Thug, Paul Wall and others met with Mayor Sylvester Turner to try to find solutions to stop the inner city violence. ÔÇ£There a lot of people in our city that have lost hope,ÔÇØ Mayor Turner said. ÔÇ£And people are feeling helpless. People in many ways are feeling disrespected, and these individuals here- these artists- they have collectively more power than I do.ÔÇØ (CW39)
The H-Town natives went to social media to promote the community move.
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