The Game’s Son Raises Over $60,000 for Arkansas ‘Good Cop’ Tommy Norman
Following The Game's peaceful rally with Snoop Dogg in Los Angeles last week, the rapper’s 13-year-old son, Harlem Taylor, did his part to bring people and police together by launching a GoFundMe campaign for Arkansas' “Good Cop” Officer Tommy Norman.
For those of you who are unfamiliar with Officer Norman, he has been the talk of social media for his active work in the black community in Little Rock, Ark. On his Instagram account, you can see him interacting with the neighborhood children and offering his thoughts on effectively policing in urban communities.
According to The Game, his son saw Officer Norman’s IG page and wanted to do more to support his activism in the community. In just two days, the crowd-funding campaign has raised over $60,000 in monetary donations, which surpasses the original $50,000 goal.
"Not only am I proud of my son for taking initiative, I'm thankful that I've raised him with such a pure heart regardless of the negativities he's seen me overcome," said The Game of his son's achievement.
All of the proceeds will be transferred to the Game's charity organization The Robin Hood Project, which will then go directly to Officer Norman. "It takes a village to raise a child" & this good cop is going the extra mile for a lot of young African American children," said The Game.
You can still donate to the Harlem Taylor's GoFundMe campaign for Officer Tommy Norman. To donate, click here.