LL Cool J Hosts his 15th annual "Jump and Ball" community camp
The legendary MC returned to his hometown of Queens, New York to host his 15th annual "Jump and Ball" community camp over the weekend.
LL was greeted by the more than 200 youth who participated in his month long camp program. Jump and Ball was launched in 2005, and is free for hundreds of kids in Southeast Queens.
The program was developed to teach the game of basketball to the youth, and also for them to learn team building and leadership skills.
Guests enjoyed live music, a performance by the Harlem Globetrotters, free food and haircuts for back to school.
This camp program takes place every August for five weeks in Queens, New York.