Waka Flocka Flame received a Lifetime Achievement award from Donald Trump.
Yes — you read that correctly.
TMZ reports that the rapper was bestowed the honor for his philanthropy and working as a volunteer with the Chicago non-profit Daughter of Destiny Outreach. Waka’s pastor and mentor Apostle Dr. Bridget C. Outlaw was with him in Atlanta to present the award, which included a medal and certificate. Trump signed the latter—which also comes courtesy of AmeriCorps—in 2020, before he exited the White House.
The certificate commemorates Waka’s “lifelong commitment to building a stronger nation through volunteer service.” It bears Waka’s real name, Dr. Juaquin James Malphurs. (He got an honorary doctorate from the Bible Institute of American Theological Seminary in October.)
Daughter of Destiny Outreach is a nonprofit that supports homeless women who have been affected by substance abuse, trauma, and mental illness by providing employment, food, housing, and recovery resources.
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