Rap artist heads back to the Bronx to spread holiday cheer at P.S. 146
A rap artist who grew up in the Bronx went back to the place he used to call home to spread some holiday cheer at P.S. 146.
Fat Joe spent Tuesday talking to kids at the elementary school and delivering gifts. He was even treated to a performance by the students, who showed off their moves to some of Fat Joe's songs.
The rapper donated 20 computers to the school and gave officials money to use for repainting and buying furniture for a media room. As a way to say thanks, the school's principal agreed to name a room in the school after the rap artist's late sister Lisa.