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Justin Bieber & Likelihood the Rapper’s Cash Giveaway Winners

Justin Bieber & Likelihood the Rapper
Lucky Winners of Cash Giveaway …
College students, Lecturers, Artists, Cashiers and More!!!

9/27/2020 12: 50 AM PT


Justin Bieber and Likelihood the Rapper undoubtedly attach their money the build their mouths are … and the loot’s going a perfect distance to assist a total bunch of of us from all walks of existence who are in desperate straits.

As we reported … Justin and Likelihood launched a surprise collab Thursday — teaming up to dole out $250,000 on CashApp to of us tormented by these exhausting times, to explain thanks for the enhance on their musical collab, “Holy.”

Thousands of fans shared their tales on-line — alongside with their $cashtags — with the hope of receiving some money, and the singer and rapper spent the day giving … in $500 increments.

We did some digging, and the winners consist of students, teachers, artists, cashiers, of us that misplaced cherished ones to COVID, of us taking care of ill fogeys, of us going thru immigration issues, and in long-established … of us that assist of us, of us that need assist, or both.

Hoping to be seen @justinbieber @chancetherapper! Please assist this teacher bag objects wanted for varsity & take some furniture! We’re entering right into a brand unusual role after an house hearth assist in May well presumably impartial.. all around the pandemic! (No longer our fault)🔥 🤦‍♀️ $itscortknee #JBChanceHoly pic.twitter.com/guj9btYcgi

— Mrs. Richardson (@CortneyRichar15) September 25, 2020

Let’s insist … Cortney — a teacher taking a attach a query to to buys supplies for her class after suffering hurt in an house hearth earlier this 365 days, all around the pandemic.

Megan — a young lady whose father’s demise from kidney failure and is trying to pay for him to beget his eyesight improved all over his remaining days.

As a minimal wage cashier, I’m correct searching to live on from paycheck to paycheck all while searching to assist my fogeys out as successfully. My dad doesn’t bag as many hours at work due to COVID and mother is unable to work due to her health. $Tiffy62689 #JBChanceHoly pic.twitter.com/tFpzSnOKBq

— Tiffany (@kygurl62689) September 24, 2020

Tiffany — a cashier who lives paycheck to paycheck while additionally supporting her fogeys, who are out of labor due to COVID and health causes.

Ty — a young handyman who hustles on the aspect as a contract photog, nonetheless is serene struggling to pay rent and the payments. Ty tells us he’ll utilize $400 of what Justin despatched him for living charges. He’ll utilize the remaining $100 to present assist to the homeless.

And within the destroy, there is Sakinah, a young lady who does nails … asked the fellas to enhance her alternate. She struck gold, because she bought $500 from BOTH the Biebs and the Rapper.

All in all — assuming most recipients got $500 — the “Holy” giveaway brightened the times of spherical 500 of us.

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