It's rare that rappers get recognized for doing major things in their community, so we have to take a moment to acknowledge G Herbo and how he is giving back!
The Chicago rapper purchased the building where he formerly attended elementary school and is now turning it into a community center.
Overton Elementary, closed back in 2013 and now G-Herbo is giving it a brand new look.
Herbo stated, "This is just about being able to lead by example for the next generation. We're really just trying to change the narrative and lead by example... and show the next generation that they can do we're doing even greater. We're not saying we're going to see drastic change tomorrow, but if we keep this up, there's limitless opportunities and it's limitless where we can go."
It looks like Google has been in the lab cooking up new ways to help us stay safe and healthy, while enduring the current pandemic. The tech company has now announced that they will be introducing a new feature that will allow Google Maps users to see an updated number of coronavirus cases that are present in their area.
The feature uses information from John Hopkins, The New York Times, and Wikipedia to provide a color-coded map with the 7 day average of new cases per 100,000 people in the specified area.
It looks like all the TikTok lovers out there have a reason to celebrate! After threatening to ban the app, Trump has now approved the deal made creating a partnership between TikTok, Oracle, and Walmart.
According to reports, Trump said "I have given the deal my blessing -if they get it done that's great, if they don't that's okay too, I approved the deal in concept."
Both Walmart and Oracle have expressed plans to do a commercial partnership with TikTok. Walmart has even mentioned plans to make the new company go public on the stock market, next year.