Wednesday, November 9th, The Astros Foundation hosted a special event for Scarface in an exclusive lounge at Minute Maid Park. The star-studded event brought out many familiar faces such as Rap-A-Lot CEO J. Prince, Slim Thug, Willie D, Bun B, Wreckshop Records CEO D-Reck, Comedians Grossman & Joe Torry, Former NFL Players Adrian Peterson, Andre Johnson, and Terrell Owens, and many more. Guests enjoyed top-tier lite-bites while listening to sounds by Def Jam Blaster. As the celebration progressed, some of Scarface’s friends roasted the legend in front of a crowd of over 300 guests. Laughs filled the room as Joe Torry took the stage and talked about the original Geto Boy!
The event was fun and games, but it also had an element of awareness as Scarface’s son, Chris Jordan informed the audience about his Kidney Foundation. During the pandemic, Scarface caught Covid-19 which caused him to have kidney failure. His health began to decline at a rapid level which caused him to need a Kidney Transplant. Chris was a perfect match for his father and provided him with a kidney.