Lil Baby has partnered with Atlanta business owner Lemont Bradley to provide new opportunities to their community by giving 100 people new jobs.
Grammy award-winning rapper Lil Baby will always look out for his community.
It looks like “the hero” is back to save his community as he partners with prominent business owner Lemont Bradley in providing jobs to 100 young adults in the Atlanta area under the age of 21.
The duo is focused on boosting the economy and lowering the crime rate in the city. In an interview with CBS46 News in Atlanta, they both share their excitement for the new impactful project and their plans to give back to the youth of the community.
“We are so excited about this initiative,” says Lil Baby and Bradley.
“Of course, we are looking forward to helping boost the city’s economy but we are really focused on lowering the city’s crime rate.”
Bradley owns multiple businesses, such as a celebrity-famed car wash, an eatery called Auto Spa Bistro, Eco Car Spa, and Clutch Restaurant, where all establishments are currently hiring.
According to reports, the duo is not stopping there as they plan to open a lawn care business in the fall.
Lil Baby Drops Sneak Peek Into New Documentary, “Untrapped”
The preview of “Untrapped: The Story of Lil Baby” shows a brief glimpse into the “Yes Indeed” rapper’s meteoric rise to success.
Furthermore, he worked on the streets and could make a consistent living by selling drugs.
Young Thug recalls one of his past conversations with Baby:
“Nothing comes out what you doing but prison. Or death”
It truly highlights one of the main themes of the documentary even more since he has been jailed on account of the RICO charges.