French Montana is doing even more for his home country of Morocco since TMZ is now reporting that the rapper has teamed with the Sabae School of Fida-Mers Sultan district and has donated enough money to front two new classrooms for kids. The publication notes how the funds will sustain the classrooms for a few years with the proper supplies and usual classroom necessities. 

French grew up in Morocco and came to America when he was 13-years-old and became a citizen in June but he has always made sure his hometown was an important aspect of everything he does. Earlier in the year, French announced that all proceeds from his "Famous" remix would be donated to the Uganda Hospital (a maternity and children's health clinic) he helped build. 

“Me coming from Morocco in North Africa, I feel like it should be a soft spot for anyone that has a mother or a child. I think that's got to be one of the worst things, not having the right healthcare. When I went to Uganda I felt obligated to [help].” French previously stated. "I feel like every woman and child deserves the right healthcare. It shouldn't be a privilege it should be a right," Montana said.