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Jay-Z & Beyoncé have lent their talents once again for good cause. Last week the power couple helped secure a sizable monetary donation towards cancer treatment.
On October 11, industry veteran Jonathan Platt was recognized for his many years of work in music publishing. Naturally the honors attracted the who’s who in entertainment. In the house were the likes of Dr. Dre, Usher, Wiz Khalifa, Tiffany Haddish, Kelly Rowland, Timbaland, Rita Ora, Quincy Jones and more.
Both Jay and Bey were in attendance with Hov presenting Platt with the Spirit Of Life Award and Knowles taking to the stage for an intimate live set. She performed a wide array of her ballads including “Ave Maria” and “Halo”.
The VIP affair partnered with City Of Hope for a philanthropic tie in to the night’s festivities. Founded in 1913 the private, not for profit clinical center specializes in cancer research. Their CEO Robert Stone detailed how they secured The Carters.
“We find partners in the honorees and the honorees help arrange the talent. So Jon Platt is a tremendous partner and compassionate and passionate person who’s joined this fight all in. And Jon’s the one who made the call to Beyonce and Jay-Z, who said yes immediately” he explained. Between donations and ticket purchases the event raised over six million dollars for the program.
Beyoncé took to Instagram to share her gratitude for being able to participate towards such a special moment for their friend and raise awareness for the cause.
You can find out more about City Of Hope here.
Kanye West commended his dad beating prostate growth by eating a plate of bugs.
The rapper shared photograph of his dinner to Twitter, saying that the bug filled festival was a piece of them two endeavoring to “conquer fear.”
“My dad and I are going to eat this plate of bugs to celebrate him beating cancer,” he wrote. “No more fear.”
News that West’s dad Ray West was determined to have the beginning times of prostate growth wound up known not long ago. It may have been what put the possibility of death at the forefront of Kanye’s thoughts while he was dealing with his last collection Ye. That collection was initially intended to be called “Love Everyone” and highlight a photo of the plastic specialist who performed medical procedure on Kanye’s mom Donda as the cover craftsmanship.
Kanye has been astoundingly occupied via web-based networking media since reporting that he was discharging a collection called “Yandhi.” While that collection neglected to show up on the day that Kanye said it would, he’s kept on posting a blend of scraps from his day by day life and his feelings on a scope of subject. One ongoing post where he called to abrogate the thirteenth Amendment caused an especially solid kickback. On-screen character Chris Evans and Lana Del Rey both set aside opportunity to react to West, criticizing his help of Trump and his comprehension of history.
“I won’t be beat into submission of having lack of information on camera,” he said. “I’m gonna go and build up the information.”
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