Atlanta rapper T.I. has partnered with Moolah Wireless to donate tablets and data services to Morris Brown College (MBC) students.

The historically Black college and university (HBCU) in Atlanta, Georgia, received 200 Moolah tablets. The school is the first of its kind to receive free tablets from the company, according to WSBTV.

T.I. shared in a statement his excitement for partnering with Moolah Wireless and said many other schools would receive free tablets too.


“I’m excited to partner with Moolah Wireless to be able to provide the students at Morris Brown College free tablets to support their educational endeavors,” T.I. said. “This is the first of many schools whose students will receive Moolah tablets.”

Dr. Kevin James, Morris Brown College president, said the school wanted its students to access the technology they needed to succeed.

“Some of our young people have what they need, and some of them don’t,” he continued. “So, we wanted to be able to offer them an opportunity to have the technology they’re going to need to be successful.”

The incoming students are the first to enter the school since it has been accredited. Morris Brown College has struggled to maintain accreditation for the last two decades. MBC was founded in 1881 and is the first college in Georgia to be owned and operated by African Americans.