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Chaka Khan might be a successful Grammy Award winner, but she recently took time off from music to give back to the community. On social media the singer shared videos of her setting up a space where homeless children, men and women could not only get food, but haircuts and more.
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Moreover in one of the videos it shows Chaka holding a baby, covering the child with a blanket and giving the baby kisses.
She said, “Just breaks my heart to see babies having to live in these conditions.”
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This is the season where many give back and helping them in any way she could truly filled Chaka’s heart.
In another tweet she said, “Downtown on SkidRow with the @BrownBagLady_ on #Christmas morning giving back to those in need. These warm meals & essentials are just a little, but much needed to these forgotten souls in the City of Angels that should do more. #HelptheHomeless.”
It’s beautiful to see celebrities give back and we hope this happens more in 2019.
See how some of your favorite celebrities spent Christmas!
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