Master P and Essence Make The Stars Align For Kids During Celebrity B-Ball Game


(AllHipHop News) Hip-Hop mogul Master P is doing his part to ensure the success of students in the state of New Orleans, through his nonprofit Team Hope NOLA.

The rapper and his nonprofit partnering up with Essence to promote a “Day of Service” during the magazine’s annual festival this June.

Master P will spearhead a huge celebrity basketball game, which will benefit local students in the state.

So far, Ray J, Trey Songz, Romeo Miller, Kidd Kidd, Juvenile, Mystikal, and Curren$y, along with former NBA players Chris Jackson, Robert Pack, Caron Butler and Ben Gordon have been confirmed as participants and players during the day.

“I reached out to some of my colleagues and friends and told them what we are doing to help raise money for the children in New Orleans and the response has been overwhelming,” Master P said. “It is extremely important to be able to help the young people from my hometown – these children are challenged with so much. This is just my way of giving back and we can have some family fun doing it.”

The charity basketball game will take place on June 29th, 2017 at 4PM at the Xavier University of Louisiana Convocation Center in New Orleans, LA.

Tickets will be open to the public and priced at $25.00 for General Admission and $100.00 for courtside seats.