With the world in the palm of his hands, superstar talent manager Scooter Braun won't let success go to his head.
At 31 years-old, he's already representing acts like Justin Bieber, Carly Rae Jepsen, and The Wanted, but that hasn't stopped him from doing what he can to give back to the communities around him.
The concepts of social media and social education overlap less than they should, but Scooter's "Undroppable" charity is taking charge to ensure more students graduate high school by chronicling the tales of underprivileged youth who overcame adversity to excel in life.
With big stars like Bieber and Carly Rae lending their name to the cause, we actually
Belieb believe this cause can positively impact some kids who might be thinking about dropping out!
Ch-Ch-Check out the "undroppable" Jaureese Gaines (below) as he shares his heartbreaking tale of overcoming bleak odds to become his high school's valedictorian with murder literally knocking on his front door.
We're proud of Scooter and the talent he represents for giving a little something back to the community!
Keep up the good work, guys!
[Image via Twitter.]