Dancehall Queen Spice to host back-to-school giveaway
Dancehall artiste, Spice

In an Instagram live posted a short while ago, the recently crowned Queen of the Dancehall, Spice invited followers to donate to her Grace Hamilton Women Empowerment Foundation Back-to-School giveaway which will be held on August 5 at Hope Gardens in St Andrew.

The artiste, in her post, stated that the initiative will also double as a celebration for her birthday which is August 6.

“Yuh see the 5th of August, next week, a this me want do fi me birthday. Me want give the pickney dem two likkle book, and two likkle pencil so anyone of you who have it, me want you fi run up inna di email and find out how you can cashapp me, or paypal me and buy two likkle voucher,” the singer said to her over 12,000 viewers on the live.

She went on to call on those who can help to make an effort as she recalled in 2019 when she held a similar event and over 2000 mothers showed up, however the artiste only had a quarter of what was needed.

“Weh di rich people dem deh, weh me rich friend dem deh?” the ‘Go Dung deh’ artiste said.

Interested sponsors can send an email to gracehamiltonwef@gmail.com for more details or WhatsApp 1876-877-5956. Funds can also be sent through PayPal at Spiceofficialent@gmail.com and Cashapp at $Gracespicehamilton or through the Grace Hamilton Women Empowerment Foundation Soctiabank account, details for which can be found in her latest Instagram post.

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