Raheem Sterling and Romeich are giving back in a big way.
The professional footballer and the entertainment mogul will be assisting 100 families in Jamaica during the COVID-19 crisis.
Last week Romeich took to Instagram to reach out to followers to offer assistance with essential items. He says he was compelled to give back after seeing how Jamaicans were left without income following the partial lockdown.
Romeich gifted over $200,000 in cash and bought more than $400,000 worth of supplies for 29 families. The artiste manager’s efforts did not go unseen as Sterling stepped in to increase the number of families to benefit from the initiative.
Fans quickly took to social media to praise both men, while urging others to follow suit.
“Respect to these two for stepping up, blessings to you both” one fan commented while another said, “do your thing Romeich😘😘, nuff a dem just a tink bout dem self.”
Raheem Sterling is a Jamaican born English international footballer who plays for Manchester City. Meanwhile, Romeich is most popularly known for his business exploits in entertainment. He is the manager for Dancehall superstars such as Shenseea, Ding Dong and Teejay.
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I will be live tonight again differnt time tho 8-9pm and just wanna say big big thank you to @sterling7 for coming on my live and see the vision and put a big help towards by Push to make families a bit happier in this time and can cook some food for atleast a week or 2 🙏🙏🙏🙏 God is good and i hope alot more of you people can either reach out to me to help more or do it themself so people we gonna feed atleast 100 family for the next week or so!!!!!!! So we gonna call it #+100sterlinghelpja big up again and me want all a uno comment and big up @sterling7