Chamillionaire Heads To Fort Hood To Help Heal Community

Grammy award winning rapper Chamillionaire will take part in the Fort Hood Community Strong Day, an event designed to uplift the spirits of the Fort Hood community in the wake of a deadly shooting on the army base. Chamillionaire will be joined by Nick Jonas, Gary Sinise and the Lt. Dan Band, Dana Carvey, Zac Brown Band at the Hood Stadium on December 11th.

The free event will feature food, games, free carnival rides and entertainment designed to heal the community.

Over 349,000 military personnel, family members, retirees and civilian employees call the Fort Hood home.

The community, which is the largest Army post in American, was shocked on November 5th when Major Nidal Hasan open fire on unarmed soldiers killing 13 and injuring over two dozen others.

Major Hasan, 39, was an Army psychiatrist who claimed that America’s wars in Afghanistan and Iraq were really wars against all Muslims.

Last month, Major Hasan was charged with 13 counts of premeditated murder.

Throughout his career Chamillionaire has supported the troops by through his involvement with USO an organization that produces entertainment for troops serving abroad.

Fort Hood Community Strong Day take place Friday, December 11th from 1:00pm to 7:00pm.

Chamillionaire is currently preparing to release his new album, titled Venom.