You’re not a revolutionary if you don’t give back to your city. We’ve all been amazed at the things Nipsey Hussle left behind but he’s not the only one putting on for his city.

Detroit’s own Platinum star Big Sean has been keeping busy in between albums. His foundation, “The Sean Anderson Foundarion” partnered up with Ally financial and The Thurgood Marshall college fund to host a competition for HBCU students to present and pitch Business plans. Sean was one of the judges.

10 HBCU teams entered but the winners were from Florida A&M. Their pitch addressed the financial problems of Detroit. Each member received $5,000 and a Mac Book.

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