76ers Co-Owner Creates #ALLINCHALLENGE
New challenge alert! On Tuesday, Michael Rubin, co-owner of the Philadelphia 76ers created a new challenge that tons of celebrities have already got in on. He is challenging all celebrities from all industries to auction ff a prized possession and raise money for COVID-19 relief. According to Hip Hop DX, The #ALLINCHALLENGE is dedicated to addressing food inequality.
Already celebrities like Kevin Hart, Magic Johnson and Justin Bieber have joined in. Philadelphia's own Meek Mill is the latest to step up to the plate. He announced via Instagram that he will be auctioning off his Rolls-Royce Phantom. He then proceed to challenge Floyd Mayweather, Lebron James and James Harden.
100 percent of the proceeds from this challenge will be going to people in need who are hungry during the global pandemic. According to Hip Hop DX, the funds will go to organizations like Meals on Wheels, No Kid Hungry and America’s Food Fund.
As of this past Tuesday, the challenge has raised over $1.6 million. Click here to bid on Meek Mill's 2018 Rolls Royce.
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