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The rapper and entrepreneur, born Percy Miller, recently announced the launch of his own food line, called Uncle P’s, which will include grits, rice, beans, pancake mix, syrup and oatmeal. He's also donating part of the profits to initiatives that help Black communities everywhere, and fans on social media are already asking how they can invest in the company.