If going green means more time on God's earth, then Fabolous is all for it. So when the Be Seen Being Green initiative came knocking, Loso signed up right away.
Last month, when Fabolous attached himself to the Be Seen Being Green College tour in Miami, he didn't have the slightest clue as to what it meant to go green. However, learning on the spot isn't always a bad thing when you're one of hip-hop's more influential characters.
"To be honest, I was kind of ignorant to going green," Fabolous humbly explained to BET.com. "But just because I wasn't informed definitely didn't mean I wasn't open to an alternative way of living, especially now that I have a two-year-old son. It's just a healthier choice."
The Brooklyn MC doesn't have any specific change of plans just yet; however, he did encourage his fans to explore a healthier lifestyle.
"Just as I did, I'd like my fans to go green," Fabolous requested. "I'm not using this initiative as a way to gain more fans, but being oblivious to the issue before and now having some keys facts under my belt, I feel everyone should at least attempt to give it a try. What they do after being introduced to going green is totally up to them."
As part of the Be Seen Being Green college tour, Fabolous along with R&B sensation Trey Songz, hit the stage at the University of Miami's James L. Knight Center, where both artists participated in a going green Q&A during the concert's intermission.