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CupcakKe releases new song “Lemon Pepper” in support of Minnesota Freedom Fund

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The raunchy Chicago rapper cupcakKe has put out a new song “Lemon Pepper” and will donate half the proceeds from the track to the Minnesota Freedom Fund.

“Lemon Pepper” comes as cupcakKe’s second song in 2020, following “Lawd Jesus,” and another in a string of releases since signing with Sony Music. Always known for her outrageous lyrics, this new track features lines like “Legs boutta spread like Corona’ / Piss all in his face he get a boner.”

The rapper announced she would contribute half the proceeds from the song to the Minnesota Freedom fund, a charitable organization which provide money to those in police custody without the means to make bail. As of May 30, the organization “now encourage[s] people to generously donate to George Floyd’s family and other local organizations” according to their website, recommending other avenues for donation to the cause, though they are still accepting contributions.

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Andrew Checchia is a second-year student at UCLA. Currently an English major and a film minor, he is following a passion for writing and diverse forms of artistic expression. Born in Redlands, California, he moved to St. Louis, Missouri at a young age, where he lived for ten years. From there, he moved to Houston, Texas for middle school and high school.

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