Daddy Yankee hosts lunch for children from low-income families
Puerto Rican singer Daddy Yankee provided lunch to more than 200 children from low-income families at an event sponsored by his foundation in the Dominican Republic’s Santo Domingo province.
The reggaeton artist traveled to El Tamarindo, a residential neighborhood located in Santo Domingo Este, where several years ago he established an eatery that provides food to disadvantaged kids.
“The boss,” as the 36-year-old singer of “La gasolina,” “Que tengo que hacer” and “Lo que paso, paso,” among many other hits, is known was seen serving food to children of various ages.
The kids also enjoyed special surprises such as clowns and received gifts.
Daddy Yankee, whose real name is Ramon Luis Ayala Rodriguez, in 2009 opened the “Daddy’s House” eating establishment administered since them by the Corazon Guerrero (Warrior Heart) foundation, which he founded, among other things, to help convicted criminals reintegrate into society after serving their sentences. EFE
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