Rapper 50 Cent Feeds 2 Million Kids in Africa With Sales of...

Rapper 50 Cent Feeds 2 Million Kids in Africa With Sales of New Energy Drink

50 cent Street King drink promoHis life was changed forever on a trip to Africa during the World Cup where he learned about the heartbreaking famine and widespread deaths from hunger there. Now 50 Cent has partnered to launch an energy drink whose proceeds will feed one child with every bottle sold.

Since its debut earlier this month, the product has already provided 2.5 million meals toward his goal of feeding a billion children through the UN’s World Food Program.

This energy drink, called Street King, comes with its own good news right on the label:

100 percent natural flavors, no artificial colors and made with a natural source of caffeine (equal to about one cup of coffee). There are no calories, carbohydrates or sugar in the SK drink, but it comes fortified with gingko biloba and vitamins for nutrition and focus.

With flavors of orange mango or grape, the product retails between $2.49 to $2.99, with every single bottle providing a meal for an impoverished child.

“I grew up without money, but I didn’t grow up hungry,” 50 Cent said in a video introducing the product.

Providing his fans worldwide with positive energy and vitamins – while helping children get the nutrition they need – is just the kind of powerful impact the rapper has been longing to make.

For more information or to order the drink, visit the website: www.streetking.com

WATCH the video below…