By Symphony Webb
May 9, 2020
We are all doing our part to decrease the spread of COVID-19, but some individuals are going the extra mile to make sure that no one is forgotten during this time. One person in-particular is Houston’s own Grundy Wiley or better known as GMayne Da Wreck of Wreck Visuals. This young man isn’t one to shy away from hard work; he’s a successful music mogul, entertainer, and entrepreneur that is known for his many contributions to Houston’s music and restaurant scene. He uses his creativity and camera lens to capture the beauty of the city that some may not see. Whether its new emerging talent or a local foodie fav, you can bet that GMayne is on the scene!
Last week Wiley partnered with Rise Houston to place a mobile sink at a Metro bus stop in Missouri City, TX; a sub-city located in the Fort Bend area of Houston. He felt the need to do something special for his neighborhood as we continue the fight to end the COVID-19 pandemic. The sink is free and open to the public, it is also fully stocked with gloves, hand soap, and face mask.
This week Wiley and his team are sponsoring a giveaway for essential workers through
Bless Tha Belly, his food entertainment channel that showcases food and restaurants locally and globally.
We love to see our young Kings and Queens making a difference in their community!