Rap-A-Lot CEO/Prince Boxing owner James Prince is being honored in Houston, Texas tonight (December 17) for his recent donation of $100,000 dollars to Bread of Life Inc.s Meals that Heal program.
Bread of Lifes Meals that Heal is a non-profit organization started by St. Johns UMC that feeds disenfranchised families and individuals throughout the Houston metropolitan area.
Bread of Life will honor Prince by renaming their kitchen the J. Prince Kitchen.
Additionally, Bread of Life will host Celebrity Chef Night every other Monday.
The night will highlight the culinary talents in Houston.
Tonight, Chef Anita Sparkle Hall will be honored during the ribbon cutting ceremony for the J. Prince Kitchen.
Princes record label Rap-A-Lot Records recently released Scarfaces album M.A.D.E., which features T.I., Lil Wayne and others.
The album debuted at #17 on Billboards Top 200 chart last week.