Trae Tha Truth has become one of the heroes during the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, rescuing victims in need, but the Houston rapper does not discriminate.

According to an Instagram post from Trae, his latest relief efforts took him to the Jefferson County Jail where he delivered food and water for the inmates. “I got a call sayin inmates locked up didn’t have water or food,” the rapper’s Instagram post read. “We pulled up to the jail wit food & water… All luv… Today was a blessing.”

The rapper also posted a video of himself bringing boxes of pizza into the jail. “Blessed to feed tha jail today… Everyone needs support in these times… Salute to all tha inmates in Jefferson County Jail… Love.” Trae can also be heard telling the jail staff that they gave him their word, promising the inmates would be allowed to eat the pizzas.

Since Hurricane Harvey hit Houston, Trae Tha Truth has done all he can to help the city and its victims. In the early days of the aftermath, the rapper set out into the flood waters to rescue victims in his boat. He has also started his own GoFundMe page which has raised $130,183 in four days.

“Trae Tha Truth, Angel by Nature 501(C)3, and friends know Houston and the golden triangle -- Port Arthur, Beaumont, Orange, is hurting! We need help giving back to our cities they’re in need now!” read a post on the GoFundMe page.

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