Pusha T Donates 1,000 Pairs of adidas To Charity

December 19, 2013 BY / 4

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The GOOD Music camp seems to be more and more intertwined with the adidas team on a daily basis. The latest bit of news concerning those entities is a heartwarming one regarding Pusha T and a charitable sneaker move. The rapper recently helped out with the “A Thousand Shoes for A Thousand Smiles” program in his native Norfolk, VA by putting in some calls and having adidas come through with 1,000 free pairs of sneakers to local children in need. Continue reading to watch the video recap and stay tuned should more come from the likes of Pusha T and adidas.



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SteveJoseph
SteveJoseph

I've never ever reshared or tweeted anything you guys have ever posted before today.  Props to T. 

sshh2
sshh2

Good shit Baby!!

qtbigwatts
qtbigwatts

Big ups to Pusha T... even ran to the store to make sure all the children received a pair of shoes

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