Master P’s son, Hercy Miller, is giving back after signing a $2 million endorsement deal a few weeks ago. Hercy held his Camp 15 basketball camp earlier this week that was nothing short of a success.
“My son @hercymiller’s basketball camp is not just about basketball,” Master P said of Hercy’s charity effort. “It’s about life skills and making the right decisions,” the celebrity father added. “He’s all about giving back to the community and youth. Over 1,000 kids was (sic) able to attend for free.”
Camp 15 focused on skills on the basketball court as well as in the classroom. Kids were able to learn about playing the game they love well. They were also challenged to engage in academics, which is equally important.
Hercy promised to give back to those younger than himself after signing a $2 million groundbreaking endorsement deal with Athlete Wallet. The contract between Hercy and Athlete Wallet came shortly after the NCAA changed its rules to allow college athletes to earn money for their skills.
“It’s incredible,” Master P shared with TMZ Sports after his son’s historic deal. “This is going to change the way college athletes want to stay in school,” the legendary recording artist added. “This is a 4-year deal,” Master P said of his son’s endorsement deal. “I’m proud of my son for going to an HBCU. This is like playing in the pros now.”
Hercy Miller also commented on his $2 million endorsement. “I signed a deal with an American app technology company,” the young athlete told the press. “It’s a blessing,” Hercy added. “I signed a deal with Athlete Wallet with Donald Hogan and Jabari Morgan. Like I said, it’s a blessing,” Miller reiterated.
Master P’s son stepped outside of the norm by deciding to attend an HBCU instead of a college or university notorious for sending basketball sensations to the NBA. Hercy will attend Tennessee State University (TSU) this fall.
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