A Houston rapper has joined the throngs of people who have been displaced by Hurricane Harvey but still trying to help fellow Houstonians.
On Tuesday, Houston rapper Trae the Truth joined Fox 26 reporter Rashi Vats on a boat ride through flooded waters in Houston, sharing his experience of difficulties trying to rescue people while staying safe.
"We went to a house. Think there was 14 people in the house and six stayed," said Trae while the boat cruised on flood water. "That's the heartbreaking part."
Trae said he and his colleagues slept in a truck after being forced to evacuate. The rapper added he is doing what he can to help rescue people but notes there's some water too deep to take his truck.
"I don't even know how we prepare for this because there's water everywhere," Trae said. He added that his children were also displaced around the city, pointing in different directions where he believes they're at, hoping they're safe.