Zac, from the "Woody and Jim" show, patrolled the streets as people donated money that folds, money that jingles and even half of an Oreo cookie. In the end. Zac collected a whopping $11.43. Ballin'.
This isn't the only time fans of Ye have tried helping the rapper out, since hearing of his financial issues.
The Philadelphia Police Department, apparently, wants Kanye on their squad. Early Thursday (Feb. 18) morning, the PPD tweeted out that Ye should apply for a job with them.
There's even a GoFundMe account trying to raise $53 million--the amount of money Kanye's said he needs to get out of debt. So far, it's raised almost $4000...and counting.
The only person who doesn't seem to be budging with his decision to not offer Ye assistance is Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, who recently liked a Facebook post dissing him. If you can recall, Kanye told--not asked--Mark to give him $1 billion. Unfortunately, no dice.
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