People like Trae that Truth are finding ways to help because America hasn't gotten a break in recent months due to recurrent catastrophes. The recent gun massacres at Tops Market in Buffalo, N.Y., and Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, which resulted in the deaths of 19 children and two teachers, have enraged the nation.
As a result, the Houston native and his crew have assisted in the organization of a Community Food Giveaway for Buffalo people who relied largely on Tops Market as the only grocery shop in the area. He turned down an invitation to the White House since the event was so important to him.
On Wednesday (May 25), he stated on Instagram, "I was invited to the White House today to meet with the president and the families of those who have been unlawfully slain by police." "However, the citizens of Buffalo, New York, as well as the relatives of the children murdered in Uvalde, are in desperate need." As a result, I'll have to decline. I'll be out in the field helping those who are in need."
"A lot of families need us more than ever right now," Trae said in the caption, "therefore I will be in the field." He also posted video and images from the meeting, describing it as a blessing.
Trae The Truth has asked for the contact information of the families of the victims of the Texas school massacre so that he may give financial aid. "Someone link me to some of the infants who lost their lives today," he said on Instagram after the tragedy. To help out at some of the funerals, I'd want to volunteer." Heartbreak emoji: "This cold and feeble as hell."
'This ain't right', he said in a heartfelt emoji-filled message with a praying hand. Let's lend a hand to those in need... #Texas.”
Trae tha Truth is no stranger to giving back to people in need with the influence he has. In the year 2020, the benefactor and Lyric, a young cancer patient, formed a strong friendship and were important figures in each other's lives.
For example, they had studio visits, events in Houston, and meetings with other celebrities. There were superstars like Beyonce who started to express their support for Lyric as Trae's unselfish efforts were not overlooked by Lyric. Unfortunately, Lyric died in 2021 of complications from a brain tumor, but Trae's advocacy has continued ever since.