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Lil Jon might not be the household name he once was on the music front, but that doesn’t mean he’s been quiet behind the scenes. The crunk music master and Atlanta native helped construct a school in the African nation of Ghana and dedicated the building to his mother.

StarrFMOnline reports:

American Rapper, Record producer and DJ, Jonathan Smith, popularly known as Lil Jon on Thursday October 12, 2017 commissioned a three unit KG Classroom block with ancillary office and washroom facilities at Abomayaw, a rural community in Asuogyaman district of the Eastern region of Ghana.

The constructed classroom block has ended several years of struggle for conducive learning environment for children in the community.

Kindergarten Children have over the years, studied under trees and a shed. The pupils were sent home whenever it rains.

Commissioning the fully furnished classroom block, the American Music Icon, Lil Jon, accompanied by his wife, Nicole Smith and Son Nathan Smith explained that he funded the project through Pencils of Promise, an NGO, in Memory and in Honour of his late Mother, Carrie M. Smith whose birthday falls in October.

The 46-year-old Musician in an interview with the Starr News said “this is the first Project we’ve done together of this kind and it is amazing to see the community come out to support and the appreciation they are showing for us building the school and I just feel like I’m lost for words of how amazing it feels to give the community something like this school.”

YEAH! Sorry, we couldn’t help ourselves.

Check out Lil Jon’s message about the school opening ceremony in the post below.

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