Master P is leading Hurricane Ida relief efforts through his beverage company LA Great Water. The 51 year-old serial entrepreneur, also known as Percy Robert Miller, is providing access to clean drinking water to Louisiana residents who are recovering from the aftermath of Hurricane Ida.
Last Sunday (Aug 29), Hurricane Ida struck the Louisiana coastline, leaving the area severely damaged. The Category 4 storm led to floods, power outages, and unstable roofs. Over a million homes struggled to find power to meet their air conditioning and refrigeration needs while battling the the sweltering heat.
The hurricane ravaged many communities and transformed various aspects of day-to-day living, including access to running water. Master P stepped in to help Louisiana residents overcome one of the most ferocious storms to ever hit the country.
“Go to LAGreatWater.com if you need some help or assistance. We’re going to make sure our people get water. Make sure we’re able to feed our people and help them get back,” Master P told TMZ. “Hurricane Katrina was a tough one. This one even tougher for us. I’m just praying for my people at home. We’re trying to make sure we can get the elderly in safe environments. It’s going to take a little time man, so hopefully, the government will come through. But we’re going to do our part.”
Master P Supports Residents Impacted by Hurricane Ida
Master P is known for giving back to his community and this time is no different.
He’s standing front and center to provide his hometown, New Orleans, LA, with water from LAGreatWater.com. Master P started LA Great Water as a family business with a mission to make a difference.
“I don’t have to look over my shoulder,” Master P wrote on Instagram alongside his video. “I got legit packs of water. Y’all can have the streets. I’m taking over the grocery stores. Got that water water! And we’re making a difference #Godisgood LAGreatWater.com @rousesmarkets Coming to a store near you…Available in purified water, spring water, and alkaline water.”
LA Great Water is also providing supplies throughout New Orleans and surrounding areas.
“We gonna bounce back Louisiana!,” Master P wrote on Instagram. “Hurricane Ida can’t stop us. If you need assistance, want to volunteer, or make a difference go to LAGreatWater.com #Godisgood We praying for our people. It’s going to take a little time, and salute to everybody that’s helping @tmz_tv.”