Lionel B Joins The Feed Your City Challenge In Tampa And Calls On Tom Brady To Accept

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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic numbers rising, YouTube star Lionel B from the Lionel B Show is set to host the “FEED YOUR CITY CHALLENGE” in his city of Tampa, FL. Former NBA player Ricky Davis and The Ricky Davis Legacy Foundation have combined forces with Lionel B along with other celebrities. “We’d love to get Tom Brady involved in this project, we’re excited to see he is now a Tampa Bay Buccaneer…Hey Tom hit me up on IG @thelionelbshow” said the Youtube viral star. This is going to be a great effort in the right direction for Hillsborough County.

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Following CDC guidelines, this amazing event will distribute fresh groceries and essential personal protection equipment items to up to 3,000 people in the community. In addition to providing groceries and supplies, the organization also prepares hot meals for the community also. “Celebrity bloggers like myself should be more active, and use our large platforms for good, and not just money and fame” said Lionel B.

Lionel Barnes professionally known as Lionel B, pledge and announcement comes shortly after his channel reached 327k followers on YouTube and he celebrated hitting 81 million views. He also celebrated being the first YouTuber to have multiple shows on the Caffeine TV network sharing a platform with rapper’s Offset and Drake. After noticing Trey Songz tireless effort embarking on his Feed The City Challenge he posed to other celebrities, Lionel and his team felt a big push was necessary in Tampa as well. The upcoming charity events are tentatively scheduled as the following July-11th Flint Michigan Royce 5’9

July -18th Oakland California Raphael Sadiqq

July-25th Los Angeles California Dj Mustard/Jhene Aiko/Big Sean)

August -1st Brooklyn & Harlem, Ny Dave East

TBD in August will be hosted by Lionel B

To get involved contact and follow: IG @thelionelbshow or via email


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