Mustard & YG Buy Back The Block & Feed Los Angeles’ Hungry

Mustard disclaims that his announcements aren’t to brag or beg for praise, but to help his community and set an example for the kids who don’t have someone to look up to.

Super-producer Mustard revealed that during quarantine, along with long-time collaborator YG, decided to buy back the block and feed the hungry in Los Angeles with free and healthy meals.

Mustard explains his and YG’s latest venture in acquiring seven LA-based Fishbone Seafood restaurants. He also notes that their partnership included them working with on-demand courier service Postmates to give back to the community via $100,000 worth of free food delivered to LA residents and community organizations.

Mustard disclaims that his announcements aren’t to brag or beg for praise, but to help his community and set an example for the kids who don’t have someone to look up to. He says he does it for those who are coming behind him. He affirms, when you make it out, you have a responsibility to give back and pay it forward.

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