Hip-Hop’s jack-of-all-trades, RZA of the Wu Tang Clan, (pictured) has signed on to teach incarcerated men how to be exemplary fathers to their children. On Saturday, he will be hosting a Father’s Day Workshop at Los Angeles’ Juvenile Hall, according to TMZ.
RZA will “educate the young men about their roles, responsibilities and expectations as fathers upon their release from juvenile hall,” according to the L.A. County Probation Department.
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Amongst a host of informative activities that will attempt to drive the point home of good fatherhood, the hard-edged 42-year-old will roll up his sleeves and demonstrate how to change a diaper, dress a baby and other basics on how to properly care for a child.
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RZA, whose actual name is Robert Fitzgerald Diggs, has had his fair share of scrapings with the law. The convicted felon most notably made headlines when he attended one of Hillary Clinton’s parties and donated monies to her 2008 campaign. When Fox News got wind of RZA’s contribution, they plowed into Clinton for accepting monetary support from RZA whom they said was not only a felon but had ties to the Gambino crime family, was investigated for weapons trafficking and produced lyrics to songs that were controversial.
Way to go RZA!
Wu-Tang Clan’s RZA To Show Inmates How to Be Good Fathers was originally published on newsone.com