Atlanta rapper 2 Chainz just announced the creation of his new entrepreneurial funding project, the Money Maker Fund.

The goal of the fund is to provide students of historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) funding for their businesses. 

2 Chainz explained in an Instagram video that he wanted to give back to HBCU students, so he created a way to invest in their businesses. 

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I just came up with a marvelous idea on how to give back to HBCU students.

2 Chainz

In order to qualify for the fund, you must currently be enrolled at an HBCU and you must be actively running a business. 

The project is a competition format, so you have to pitch your business in a way that will catch the attention of 2 Chainz and a panel of judges. 

You can find the official rules of the Money Maker Fund on the website, including which HBCU schools qualify for the competition. 

2 Chainz is one of the most endeared celebrities from Atlanta and is always looking to pay it forward in ways like the Money Maker Fund. 

His contributions to the community include donating a house to a family of eleven, paying the rent of a Veteran single mother, and taking the front line to feed the homeless during COVID-19.