A Manhattan pizzeria has joined forces with rapper JAY-Z to offer hurricane aid provides to onerous-hit Puerto Rico and Mexico.
Brooklyn Councilman Robert Cornegy Jr. (D-Bedford-Stuyvesant) was among the many volunteers loading packing containers of bathroom paper, water bottles and diapers right into a 17-foot truck parked outdoors Champion Pizza in Greenwich Village Friday.
The provides can be flown to the storm-devastated areas on a cargo aircraft chartered by JAY-Z’s music-streaming firm TIDAL.
“That is what we do when there’s a disaster,” Cornegy Jr. stated. “That is how we present love.”
Hakki Akdeniz, 37, proprietor of Champion Pizza, stated he was moved to assist after listening to from a number of buddies in Puerto Rico.
“They’re actually struggling,” Akdeniz stated.
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“They do not have water. They do not have meals. They do not don’t have anything.”
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