Rapper 50 Cent Teams Up With Pure Growth to Combat Hunger

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RAPPER AND PURE GROWTH TO MAKE "STREET KING" DRINK

50 Cent, alarmed by the famine problem in Africa where tens of million kids face death by starvation, has teamed up with Pure Growth to create a new energy drink called "Street King", where proceeds will go to feeding as many kids as possible. His goal is to supply 1 billion meals in the next 5 years, and has released a video statement (see below).

large logo rapper 50 cent teams up with pure growth to combat hunger

Pure Growth is a group of business builders and investors with a vision "to make positive changes in the way the world thinks, works and creates values around businesses. Success for us is making the world a better place for business practices and models that set the bar for giving back." Read more on their website.

 

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