Last month Flo Rida visited CNBC to talk about his lawsuit against the energy drink company Celsius. 

The Florida rapper said the company jerked him out of money after he became the brand ambassador. He sued them for $30,000 but ended up getting $82 million.

So, what is Flo Rida going to do with all of that money?  He’s going to help children, according to what he told TMZ.

“Being out here in L.A., I actually brought some of the kids out here to L.A. with Snoop,” said the “Low” rapper. “Those are the things I’m excited about … So now, it’s just like, think about generational wealth and how I can just continue to open doors for other people … Just investing in the kids. That’s to infinity. When you invest in the future, you can’t even imagine what the future will be like because some of these kids that we’re working with – I’m pretty sure they’ll be doctors, they’ll be lawyers, basketball players, football, etc.”


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