The Game Donates to Ohio Woman Who Lost Family in Fire

By Lora Neng
September 18, 2013

Moved by an unfortunate tragedy, The Game is using his money to help a woman who lost everything to a fire.

On September 15, Ana Angel was working at a Burger King in Ohio when her manager informed her that her mobile home had burnt down, along with her five children and boyfriend inside it with no survivors.

Only five days before, the rapper had launched The Robin Hood Project, promising to give away $1 million by Christmas to help those in need. Affected by stories of hardship from a child he met playing outside a grocery store in Australia, and after giving the only money he had on his person, an Australian $20 bill, he decided to do more. He wanted to give everyday to the common people he came in contact with around the world.

Hearing what happened to Ana, The Game called up his fellow-rapper friend Drake and each pledged a $10,000 donation, reported New York Daily News. An additional $2,500 was gathered from the production team of his reality TV show “Married to The Game” that together will contribute to covering the costs of Ana’s family funeral and obtaining a new vehicle.

The Game posted on Instagram, “I can deal with a lot of things but people losing their children is something that ki*ls me every time.”

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2 Comments for “The Game Donates to Ohio Woman Who Lost Family in Fire”

  1. Afacuzzie

    I am deeply touched i always find it moving how artists like The Game talk a lot about gun violence and gang banging’ and then turn around and give generously to the disadvantaged and less fortunate. There’s always enough to go around and this is these are the types of stories we need to hear more often in today’s society.

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