Hip-Hop Peers Are Helping Scarface Get What He Needs To Become A Politician
Today (December 4) is the final day allowed for fundraising in Brad Jordan’s pursuit to become the District D Councilman in his hometown of Houston, Texas. Like all campaigning politicians, Jordan is letting his supporters know that he needs their help. However, donors from far beyond H-Town are helping the man who is best known as rapper Scarface.
Online, ‘Face posted pledges from Rap peers including DJ Khaled, Ice-T, Snoop Dogg, and 2 Chainz. Later today, Facemob revealed that Xzibit had also supported his efforts with dollars. Additionally, Rap-A-Lot Records founder J. Prince is a contributor to the campaign, as well as NBA star Kevin Durant and comedian Cedric The Entertainer. Face worked with Khaled on “Hip Hop” and “Never Surrender.” He and Snoop made a video single for The Ruff Ryders’ “WWIII.” Scarface and 2 Chainz previously teamed up on “Ghetto Dreams.” From the 1980s to the late 2000s, Scarface was the flagship artist on Rap-A-Lot.
Public donors can learn more about Brad Jordan and supporting his campaign through donations, volunteering, and more at his website.
Last month, the veteran MC and producer sat as a guest on Slim Thug’s The Connect Music podcast, where he discussed his political agenda. The proposed platforms included police reform and regulated reparations for Black citizens. In early November, Brad Jordan’s campaign endured a crucial checkpoint to get to this month’s runoff. This will take place on December 14, with early voting already underway.
In the interview with Thugga’s team, ‘Face explained that he could no longer rap. However, those who worked with the Geto Boys great are supporting his efforts to move forward in his next career.
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