And as his contribution to support the victims, the Grand Papa of hiplife, Reggie Rockstone, is organising a fundraiser at his club, Django Bar, tomorrow Friday and Saturday, June 20.
Rockstone, a member of VVIP, who describes the fund raiser event as an impromptu one says the June 3 incident was quite unfortunate and this is his little way of helping out.
“ I usually do not charge admission fee at the gate but this weekend, I will be charging a small fee to raise funds for the flood victims”, he said.
The Keep Your Eyes on the Road hitmaker said, “I plan to use proceeds charged at the gate to help the victims. Everyone is going to pay including the celebrities who will be attending.”
He revealed to Showbiz that, there would be a major concert coming up at which he will perform, but wishes to organise this fundraiser at his club as a way of quickly raising funds to support “our brothers, sisters, mothers among others who were affected by the twin disaster”, he said.
He added that every citizen is responsible for the cleanliness of the environment.
“We are dancing for a worthy cause come this weekend and I am encouraging all stars out there to use their celebrity status for a worthy cause.”
He said the fund raising event is being organised in partnership with Joy FM’s Drive Time with Lexis Bill.
Last Friday, Reggie together with a host of celebrity friends including Zeal, Juliet Ibrahim and Luther led the hygienic campaign tasking Ghanaians to be proactive about observing proper hygienic practices.
He advised people to desist from disposing off refuse indiscriminately and asked the government to make examples of some recalcitrant perpetrators to serve as a deterrent to others