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Pusha T launches ‘Feed Your City Challenge’ to help Virginia locals affected by COVID-19

This Saturday (June 6), Pusha T is hosting a ‘Feed Your City’ challenge with former NBA athlete Ricky Davis, and Suave House Records CEO Tony Draper in Norfolk, Virginia. Kicking off his ‘Feed Your City Challenge’, I think it is to not only feed 3,000 people but to inspire his fellow others who can afford to do it. I look forward to seeing who else he inspires.

If you didn’t know, Heir Wave Music Group is Pusha T’s record label. It is the initiative he is using to spread goodness in the world this time as a result of COVID-19. If you’re in the area, stop by. They plan to “provide fresh groceries and essential PPE supplies” for 3,000 members of the community. How will the food and items get distributed? Through non-contract drive-thru lanes, which are following all CDC social distancing guidelines. Local station 103 Jamz will also be there to provide the tunes and give a helping hand where it’s needed.

Written by Richardine Bartee

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