"When I started as a young kid, it really helped me out to have something to do after school instead of being on the streets," Webb told The Baltimore Sun. "I could go there and be with my friends, have a tutor, play a sport. That's why I really like to support it. It helps thousands of kids, especially in the Baltimore area. I'm more from the country, so we have more playgrounds more land to play on. Up here, it's the city life. You ride around and think, 'Where is the playground?' It's in the middle of the streets. Get them off the streets, get them away from seeing the drugs, the violence, all the bad stuff.