Local Houston rapper Jas Prince donates to Hurricane Harvey Victims

Houston is still in the early process of recovery from Hurricane Harvey and some retailers are price gouging. A local Best Buy was caught selling water at ridiculous prices during the storm.  Now local rapper Jas Prince is doing something about by donating to flood victims.

via TMZ:

The Houston-native is donating 20,000 cases of water to victims affected by the catastrophic floods. The music honcho — along with his partners Chris Kotz and Vivian K. Gomez — own a natural water company called Honey Water.

Jas sprung into action after TMZ reported a Best Buy store and other retailers were caught selling packs of water at obscene prices … as high as $42.

Best Buy has since apologized, but Jas is still furious … telling TMZ, “It’s f****** ridiculous that people instead of coming together to help one another are trying to profit from such a heartbreaking disaster. That doesn’t sit well with me and I won’t allow that in my city.”

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