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Cleveland born rapper Colson Baker aka Machine Gun Kelly is giving back to the community during COVID-19 pandemic. He said that he will buy lunch for all diners at 12 Cleveland area restaurants.
Machine Gun Kelly helps out his community
The meals will be per person only and will only be given take-outs. Restaurants like B&M BBQ, Black Box Fix, Jewellz Fine Dining, Primoz Pizza (two locations), The Sauce BSE, Sauce the City, Sub City (three locations), Barley House and Town Hall will participate.
The Famous “Bloody Valentine” rapper has already given out forty thousand meals to Greater Cleveland Food Bank. The thirty-year-old rapper said:
“In the spirit of EST (Everyone Stands Together) it’s important that people come together during this time and help out where they can. We want to support the community and local businesses and also the people of Cleveland. Stay safe and healthy.”
Other celebs contributing their help during coronavirus
As many business ventures and companies have closed because of a worldwide lockdown during coronavirus pandemic, many celebrities are pooling in their share of help. Famous couple Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds, Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Justin Bieber, another famous couple Meghan Markle, and Prince Harry all are donating to charities and food donation banks. Some more include Taylor Swift, Russel Wilson, and Ciara.
Whereas some celebrities like, Chalie Puth, John Legend, and Chris Martin are holding in-home concerts as an entertainment tool for fans under self-isolation.
About Machine Gun Kelly
Colson Baker aka Machine Gun Kelly was born on 22 April 2020. He is a singer, rapper, and songwriter hailing from Cleveland, Ohio. He has tried his luck on all screens. As a teenager, he started his musical career in 2006. And has released five albums so far. He’s also embarked on an acting career playing debuting 2014. Moreover, he’s also played a rather successful role in a hit TV show, Roadies in 2016.