Big shout out to the celebs are who are looking out for their communities. YG is out here doing some work for his community and making sure people are getting the help they need in regards to medical attention and help. TMZ reports YG has been helping bring medical and mental health services to the Black community for a year now with a TeleHealth Van. YG launched the virtual health consultation service last year with NFL star Todd Gurley and owner Dion Rambo. Of course, their goal was to provide resources to the low-income communities. How dope is that? But YG wants to do more. He wants to take the TeleHealth model to people on probation or parole, and bring actual change to the criminal justice system as well. YG says the City of L.A. is on board with his plan, and he's hopeful TeleHealth Vans will be doing a lot more good for years to come. So kudos to him. And remember when Rick Ross teamed with a company to do the same last year. These rappers definitely care.