Andy Mineo, Lecrae Save Transgender Person From Jumping Off NY Bridge (Video)

Andy Mineo and Lecrae Apple Store NYC
Reach Records labelmates Andy Mineo and Lecrae Moore pose for photographs in the briefing room at the Apple story in the SOHO neighborhood of NYC before heading on stage July 17, 2012. |

Reach Records rappers Andy Mineo and Lecrae revealed that they helped a distraught transgender person who was attempting to jump off a New York City bridge.

Mineo described his experience in detail on his Instagram Story feed. The 29-year-old emcee revealed that his friend and colleague, Lecrae, was visiting New York while promoting his upcoming album, All Things Work Together, and the two of them linked up during some down time. Mineo gave the Grammy Award winner a tour of his neighborhood in Washington Heights and then they decided to walk over the Washington (Heights) Bridge to explore the infamous Bronx.

"Bronx came to them," Mineo detailed. While approaching the bridge, the two of them noticed "what looked to be a woman" with her breasts exposed walking in their direction. The person bumped into a pole and with blood gushing from the forehead, the person proceeded to attempt a suicide jump.

"Me and Lecrae we are in a bit of shock and a bit of panic and we're also now starting to have a bit of a Jesus combo," Mineo explained.

The person began to hysterically say "I want to go home," and "I want to be with Jesus." Within a few seconds, both rappers, who are Christians, tried to wrestle the person from the edge of the bridge to the ground in an attempt to save the person's life.

"You matter, you're meant to be here, you're already home, Jesus loves you," Mineo recalled them saying in response.

What they noticed then was that the "woman" was actually a distraught transgender person.