A hip-hop loving professor at Clemson is planning on donating over $2,000,000 to the university when he dies.
Professor Todd Schweisinger grew up in Compton, California, where his family ran a roller rink in his early days.
The 42-year-old, who is now a senior lecturer of mechanical engineering at Clemson University, grew up on Hip-Hop music, which influenced him throughout his professional career, and his personal life too.
Schweisinger, who is single, recently retired from his side job as a DJ. He said he was saving, and kept holding off on making any purchases for himself when lightning struck.
“I kept thinking gosh, maybe I don’t need that new car right now. One more year. Maybe I’ll get it next year,” he explained. “And then it just keeps turning into, I think I’d rather use the money for this thing, which has a better value, just trying to hit that target.”
According to the ksdk.com, Professor Schweisinger just hawked off of his DJ equipment to chip away at his $2,000,000 goal