Sean “Diddy” Combs is doing his part for Black-founded financial literacy platform “Earn Your Leisure” and Jackson State University to continue to build upon their legacies of forging paths to wealth and higher education.
This weekend, the mogul headlined Invest Fest as its keynote speaker in Atlanta, Georgia. Aside from dropping gems with the like-minded “EYL” hosts Rashad Bilal and Troy Millings, and attendees on Saturday (Aug. 26), Diddy established the platform’s investment fund with a nice $1 million check. He praised the men for their work on “Assets Over Liabilities,” which airs on REVOLT, for being “one of the most disruptive platforms in the fight for economic empowerment and equality. Rashad and Troy are making financial literacy cool for our community.”