Nipsey Hussle Continues Philanthropic Work Launching STEM Program In Los Angeles


Nipsey Hussle dropped by the set of Big Boy's The Neighborhood radio show to hip the public to the new STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) initiative he is apart of. Named, Too Big To Fail, the STEM program will be a center and maker space for youth in Los Angeles' Crenshaw neighborhood. The 32-year-old rapper plans on starting in California and expanding to cities like Atlanta, D.C., and Baltimore along with his business partner and real estate developer Dave Gross. 

According to Nipsey, the STEM's goal is to "bridge between Silicon Valley and the inner city," saying that the first school will be "a model that we're going to scale." 

Learn more about STEM by visiting Too Big To Fail's website.