Hip-Hop Artists to Wait Tables for Breast Cancer Awareness

Hip-Hop Artists to Wait Tables for Breast Cancer Awareness

They will be serving customers at Doug E. Fresh's restaurant Wednesday.

Published October 11, 2011

UTFO's Kangol Kid and a group of hip-hop artists will make an appearance at verteran rapper Doug E. Fresh's restaurant in Harlem, New York. They will cater to customers and money generated from the event will go towards the Mama Luke Movement. The organization began after Kangol Kid's friend and manager Shaunda Lumpkin lost her mom, Gay Frances Lucas, to breast cancer in 2010 and both were moved to honor her memory while bringing awareness to the black community.

Among those that will act as waiters for the day are Kangol Kid, Lady Luck, Joe Ski Love, Dinco of Leaders of The New School, Rahiem of The Furious 5, Bowlegged Lou of Full Force, and others.

To get served by a hip-hop celeb, visit Doug E.'s Fresh Chicken and Waffles Wednesday from 4 to 7 p.m and to learn more about the Mama Luke Movement, visit facebook.com/mamalukegfl.

(Photo: Mike Coppola/Getty Images)

Written by by Dorkys Ramos


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