In spite of her pregnancy, Remy Ma is maintaining her radar. Between juggling her inclusion on Joe Budden’s Revolt talk show, “State of the Culture” and her family-oriented reality series, “Meet the Mackies,” the Bronx rapstress has now debuted a clothing line that benefits post-incarcerated women.
The clothing line is launched through Vim Vixen and a portion of the proceeds goes toward her new non-profit, The Remy Ma Foundation. “I’m so excited to finally launch my very own clothing line through @vimvixen! When I got out of prison, I wanted to do something to support women just like me…women who have done their time and paid their debt to society. Nonetheless, these women are still over-looked and forgotten after being released from jail or prison,” shared Reminisce. “Resources and services are largely catered to men, disregarding the women that greatly need our support. A portion of the proceeds from my clothing line “The Remy Ma Collection” will go towards my foundation @remymafoundation, which helps women who have experienced incarceration, by providing opportunities and life-long resources to help enhance their lives and the lives of their families.”
Remy continued, “Launching both a clothing line and foundation are two things I have been very passionate about since my release from prison! I want to thank my entire team and @VIMVixen for seeing and supporting my vision of helping women all over the country!”
Check out her full video announcement below: