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Local rapper, entrepreneur hosts turkey giveaway

PreMadonna, Sisters at Work join for good cause

Ashley Montgomery | 11/28/2013, 9 a.m.
With the recent Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program [SNAP] benefits also known as food stamps being drastically, cut Thanksgiving may mean ...
Families receive free turkeys for Thanksgiving.

With the recent Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program [SNAP] benefits also known as food stamps being drastically, cut Thanksgiving may mean less food on the tables for some. Thankfully kindhearted local rapper and entrepreneur, Nakeitha Felder, more commonly known as Premadonna, wanted to bless low-income families with a turkey giveaway.

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PreMadonna

The event was presented alongside Sisters at Work [SAW], co-founded by Tonya Loud and Tondria Richardson. SAW is a nonprofit organization that focuses on giving back to their community in every way that they can.

On Nov. 26 at Glory Temple Church several families came out to meet the local celebrity as well as receive either a ham or a turkey.

“I didn’t grow up with a silver-spoon in my mouth so I know what it’s like to not have, and now that I do, I want to show my community how much I care,” Premadonna said.

She has a huge following behind her and is known as the “waist-shaper queen” because of her selling thousands of waist-shapers around the country to the likes of singer Lil’ Mo and model Blac Chyna. She has performed at several of Miami’s hottest nightclubs and is becoming known as one of South Florida’s emerging rap artists.

When she’s not hosting a party or promoting her brand on social media sites like Instagram or Twitter, you can catch her inspiring young women with her words and candid spirit.

Premadonna says that she receives a lot of positive encouragement from her fans.

“You are such an amazing inspiration to all single mothers out here,” wrote one of her followers, Candi.

“Tonya and decided that she wanted to come together on this project with me and I was more than happy to have her assistance,” Premadonna said. “We also received some donations from members in the community for which we were extremely appreciative.”