• Nicki Minaj and Tekasi 6ix9nine will be donating to The Bail Project Inc
  • Portions of “Trollz” proceeds, including the merchandise, will be given to the charity
  • “Trollz” is a collaboration between Minaj and 6ix9nine
  • “Trollz” will drop on Friday

Nicki Minaj announced that portion from “Trollz” proceeds, including the merchandise items, would go directly to The Bail Project Inc. amid the Black Lives Matter movement.

The Black Lives Matter movement has gained supports from people, including celebrities since it started. Famous rapper, Minaj, pledged to help the said organization through Twitter.

“A portion of the proceeds from #Trollz including merch items, will be going directly to The Bail Project Inc.,” the 37-year-old rapper tweeted.

“The fund provides free bail assistance to low-income individuals who can’t afford to pay bail. #BlackLivesMatter . #TrollzVIDEO tmrw @ midnight ,” Minaj added.

Minaj’s tweet gained different reactions from netizens —criticizing and admiring her. Some of Minaj’s fans were excited but, while others were disparaging on her collaboration with Tekashi 6ix9ine.

Minaj’s collaboration partner of “Trollz,” Tekashi, previously attempted to make a $200,000 donation to No Kid Hungry. His offer was reportedly denied by the said non-profit organization, Fox News reported.

A representative from the said charitable organization told the news outlet that the rapper’s activities did not align with their mission and values; hence, their decision for his offer.

Tekashi’s “Trollz” collaboration with Minaj is his second single since his release from prison. As the rappers unveil bits and pieces about their collaboration, their “Trollz” merchandise was also revealed. Their web stores reportedly displayed clothing, cassette, vinyl and digital version of the said record, XXL reported.

The recipient of Minaj and Tekashi’s donation pledged to provide bail assistance to protesters in the city amid the Black Lives Matter movement. The organization emphasized the importance of the National Revolving Bail Fund. They said it was critical to prevent “incarceration and fight racial and economic disparities” in the bail system.

The Bail Project’s official website explained how the revolving bail fund worked. First, the bail is set. Then the bail is paid. The bail will eventually return to the client at the end of his/her case.

As a result, the bail money is used to free someone else, according to the organization’s official site. To date, the organization has already helped 10,730.

Minaj and Tekashi’s “Trollz” is set to drop on Friday, the Source reported.