José Fernández's tragic passing has affected so many people.
The late sports star's longtime love reflected on their time together, writing:
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50 Cent wants to feed a billion hungry people. That's right, a billion, and from the look of the video above, and what he has to say below… well, we say that he's going to actually succeed.
Every day, families in Africa go without food and water, never knowing when their next meal might be; but we can change that if we all work together. In order to make a difference, every purchase of my new energy shot, Street King, will provide a meal for a child in need. In fact, now I'm taking things to the next level: for the next week, to get the word out about what we're doing, I'm donating one meal for every Like I receive on the Street King Facebook Page. Together, with the UN's World Food Programme and you, we're hustling to get to one million Likes and, if we do, I'm going to double my donation to two million meals.
People often say I have so much energy, that I never stop; but that's what it takes to accomplish your goals. This project is different from anything I've done before — it's not only powered by my own energy, but the SK mission is powered by the energy of my fans. It's their energy that will provide 1 billion meals to hungry children. These days, we hear a lot about clean energy, and efficiency, but this is about human energy, energy that's fueling change.
His main goal is to provide a billion meals over five years.
At the very least, a "like" on Facebook means a meal for someone — so why not??
Good luck, Curtis! We hope you reach your goal quickly!