Post Malone donated to frontline healthcare workers a total of 40,000 N-95 masks.
The donation was part of Posty relaunching his lifestyle brand. Initially, Shaboink was imagined as a cannabis company. Now, it’s selling “clean kits” to survive the pandemic.
Post Malone told Rolling Stone magazine “We’re in a pretty [cruddy] time. We’ll get through it. I wanted to make something that’s fun. Let’s keep clean and kick this thing’s ass.”
Each clean kit contains protective three-ply masks, gloves, hand wipes, hand sanitizer, household cleaning products and vitamin C. Part of the profits will go to the non-profit Direct Relief. (Rolling Stone)