The rapper is encouraging people to donate what they can to The Community Blood Centers and 24 Hour Fitness for the benefit of earthquake victims.
Rapper Rick Ross is hosting a charity drive to collect blood donations desperately needed to help aid Haiti's injured citizens following Tuesday's, January 12 devastating earthquake.
The "Boss" hitmaker will hit the streets in Pembroke Pines, Florida on Monday, January 18 to help teams at The Community Blood Centers and 24 Hour Fitness to help rally up donators at a blood drive for the struggling nation. According to latest reports, it is feared the death toll due to the 7.0-magnitude tremor will top 100,000, with many millions more injured, wounded and homeless.
And Ross is urging anybody in the neighborhood on Monday evening to do their bit for the people of Haiti. He tells AllHipHop.com, "We have to come together to assist Haiti in any way possible. Give blood, donate what you can and remember the relief efforts for Haiti need to be long term."