B.o.B helps feed families in Detroit


Wayne State University’s Achievement Group hosted a campus charity meet and greet with Hustle Gang hip-hop recording artist B.o.B on Saturday Nov. 14, 2014. The event was sponsored by local Detroit radio station FM 98.9 WJLB with popular radio personality Big Dawg Blast on site to host.

B.o.B is currently a part of the “No Genre” tour with his other Hustle Gang family, including Super Spodee and Trae the Truth as well as popular rap star Kevin Gates but makes time to give back to the community. The event was exclusive to Wayne State students and required students to make a monetary donation or donate canned goods or other nonperishable items for entry. As a result, every student was afforded an individual photo opportunity as well as an autographed poster promoting the hot new single featuring Trey Songz “Not for Long.”

Along with the Wayne State University Achievement group founded by Armond Rashad, who states that their mission is to inspire leadership and service among college men, B.o.B was very supportive of the cause especially since we are nearing Thanksgiving. B.O. B used the opportunity to connect with his Detroit fans and raise food for the holidays.

Check out pics below from this heartfelt event.

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