An American rapper has surprised all her fans with a recent Instagram post. Nicki Minaj has been providing financial assistance to an Indian village since the last few years. Minaj, however did not reveal the name of the Indian village. She said that the village now had a computer center, a tailoring institute, a reading program and two water wells.
This is the kind of thing that makes me feel the most proud. The money I've sent to this village in India for the last couple years [via my Pastor Lydia Sloley], has gotten them a Computer Center, a Tailoring Institute, a Reading Program and 2 WATER WELLS. We complain about the most ridiculous little things when some ppl don't even have clean water. Blessings to India. Our work is far from done. I'll tell you guys more about my charity work in the near future in case you'd like to be a part of it. Love??
Minaj has helped students to pay back their loans on Twitter. She has always been a giving person, but what fans did not expect was Minaj’s involvement in improving an Indian village. Minaj in her Instagram post said that celebrities crib about the little things in life. She said that some people did not have access to clean drinking water, while others complained about the petty things in life. She said that she had been sending money to the village for the last couple of years.
Minaj added that she would be providing more details about her charity work in the near future so that others could also contribute. In another Instagram posts said that she was proud of her sisters in India. “God is so good. Their desire was to have water wells & places where they can worship, places where they can learn technology, computers, reading, etc. We’re just getting started. These women are us and we are them,” Minaj said on Instagram.
It’s good to see international celebrities doing whatever they can in making a difference to our great nation. Minaj reminds us that philanthropy is about contributing to all those who are less fortunate.
“Philanthropy is not about money…its about feeling the pain of others and caring enough about their needs to help.”