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“Kick’n It with Bone Crusher” Fundraiser for Boys2Men Home & Sanctuary for Youth, Inc. | Community Spirit

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“Kick’n It with Bone Crusher” Fundraiser for Boys2Men Home & Sanctuary for Youth, Inc.
“Kick’n It with Bone Crusher” Fundraiser for Boys2Men Home & Sanctuary for Youth, Inc.

Atlanta, GA…The native Atlanta rapper, Bone Crusher, will be launching the first in the “Taking Back Our Future Series” of fundraisers for Boys2Men Home and Sanctuary for Youth. B2M is an organization dedicated to empowering young males by teaching positive and productive life skills during their journey to manhood. Bone Crusher is the guest speaker as well as the headlining performer of the event.

 

Wayne Hardnett Jr., or Bone Crusher as he is better known, grew up in Adamsville (southwest Atlanta). He worked odd jobs as a cook, a carpenter and a bodyguard for several artists until his job at Black Marketing Entertainment. Lil’ John introduced Hardnett to Jermaine Dupri and he was immediately put on his record label So So Def in 2003. His first album AttenCHUN! topped at number 11 on music charts with his hit single “Never Scared” featuring T.I. and Killer Mike. The single was the theme song of the Atlanta Braves in 2003 and was also found on the video game Madden NFL. He has made guest appearances in songs with artists such as T-Pain, Young Jeezy, David Banner and Field Mob. After all of his success he was a contestant on Season 4 of Celebrity Fit Club and will release his new album entitled “Unstoppable” late this summer.

 

B2M was founded by N. Jean Hudley after her 8 years of voluntary service with the Fulton County Juvenile Court fighting for the rights of abused and neglected children in shelters, group homes and foster care environments. It is a non-profit organization for young men that have been neglected and marginalized at crucial stages of their development. Their services focus on resolving issues while providing tools for achievement and success.

 

For more information please visit www.boys2menforlife.org or contact N. Jean Hudley at 404-550-2958.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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