The recently destructive events that took place in Houston, Texas, as a result of Hurricane Harvey saw several residents of the city lose everything they had.
Seeing that the number of people in need keeps growing by the minute, celebrities have taken the time to donate hundreds of thousands of dollars to help. However, several of them have broadcasted their hefty donations on social media, and one person who isn’t here for that is comedian Mike Epps.
Celebs like Kevin Hart, who started the #HurricaneHarveyChallenge, Drake, Waka Flocka Flame, T.I. and more have taken to social media to share how much they were donating to those affected by the natural disaster.
Epps took to Instagram to explain that being charitable now seems like a competition to see who is the “biggest celebrity.”
We been helpin people for years and it goes unnoticed because I guess because of ourlevel of status but when We get in trouble they put it everywhere! Now everybody body wants to show that they help people because it's a Who is the biggest celebrity smh!!#iwillcontinuetospeakmymind s/o to the people that help people everyday that get no props!!#prayersfortexas #americawaitsfordisastertohelp #feedallyearround #ifeedthewholeblockandclothesthem PRAYERSFORHOUSTON🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾
Do you agree with what he is saying? Should the amounts these celebrities are donating be broadcast-ed or should they just do it and keep it to themselves? Let us know in the comments below.