Tory Lanez has a new venture and he’s kicking it off with some philanthropy.
In a tweet on Thursday (February 26), the Toronto native announced he’s launching his own line of alkaline water named Umbrella Water – and he’ll be delivering it by the caseload to people affected by the winter storm in Texas.
“Thankful to say I officially just CREATED MY OWN *ALKALINE WATER* BRAND,” Lanez wrote. “‘Umbrella Water’ .. THE FIRST THING IM DOING IS GOING TO TEXAS AND DELIVERING A WHOLE BUNCH OF CASES TO THE PEOPLE IN NEED … shit y’all ain’t got water … I’ll make it .. and bring it.”
Texas native Trae The Truth has also been working hard to help his fellow Texans following the snowstorm that left millions without power. In addition to supplying food and water, he also provided 250 Houston families with free gas.
“The satisfaction and the energy we get from people in return is amazing,” the “Phone Numbers” rapper said of the work he does in the community.
Lanez’s new venture comes amid his ongoing case with Megan Thee Stallion and just days after a judge rejected his motion to speak on the situation. Though he addressed things throughout his September album DAYSTAR, fans are going to have to wait for a more in-depth explanation of the series of events that led up to Meg being shot.
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