Having recently made clear his Presidential campaign plans in Haiti, Wyclef Jean has since spoken up about his newfound political ambitions.
Over the past week, the “Gone Til November” rapper has given a number of interviews and has explained his motivation behind wanting to take over one of the most challenging jobs in the Western Hemisphere.
Doing everything in his power to help the people of his homeland, Wyclef Jean took some time off from his disaster relief in Haiti to shoot a Haiti Relief Fund message in Miami Beach on Saturday (January 16).
Holding his guitar, the former Fugees hitmaker found the perfect outdoor spot at the Fontainebleau Hotel - proceeding to film his plea for everyone around the world to pitch in on the critical cause.
No, it’s not what you think… Wyclef Jean, who is well-known for helping out his native land Haiti, was joined by fellow celebrity/philanthropist Petra Nemcova on a recent trip to the impoverished Caribbean island.
They were there to work on a restaurant project being initiated by Jean’s charity group Yele Haiti. The establishment will be a boost in the local economy, employing fifteen women, and giving the townies a place to hang out.