Published On: Fri, Mar 10th, 2017

Seahawks Michael Bennett To Donate Endorsement Money: “I Was Inspired By Chance”

Michael Bennett To Donate Endorsement Money

Seahawks Michael Bennett To Donate Endorsement Money: “I Was Inspired By Chance”

Chance inspires Michael Bennett to donate.

Just 24 hours after revealing the artwork & features to his upcoming Rather You Than Me album, Rick Ross decides to let us know who’ll be on what by sharing its official tracklist.

Laced with 14 tracks in total, the follow up to 2015’s Black Market will feature guest appearances from Young Thug, Future, Nas, Meek Mill, Wale, Yo Gotta, Chris Rock, Gucci Mane, Ty Dolls $ign, Jeezy, Den Loaf, and more. It’s currently being led by the single “I Think She Like” with Ty Dolla Sign, along with yesterday’s new release “Trap Trap Trap” with Wale & Young Thug.

Peep the official tracklist (below) and look for pre-order to go live at midnight tonight. Which record/collab are you most excited about hearing?Chance inspires Michael Bennett to donate.

A few days after Chance The Rapper announced that he would be donating $1 million to Chicago Public Schools, Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett vowed to donate all of his 2017 endorsement money.

That money will be used to “rebuild minority communities through s.t.e.a.m programs,” as Bennett outlined in an instagram post today. Additionally, Bennett says that he’ll donate half of his jersey sales to programs that would provide proper nutrition to inner-city communities.

In a lengthy caption on IG, Bennett wrote,

“The system is failing our kids, and it will be up to the community and our leaders to help keep the hope alive by focusing on improving our education system and the future of our kids. Any company that decides to invest in me, just know that you’ll be investing in opportunities and providing inspiration for these families- many who feel unnoticed or go unmentioned.”

 

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