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Stunna Spends Birthday With Orphans "What's the use of all the fame and riches if you can't make a positive impact on a person's life or make someone smile?"

Every day we see celebrities celebrating their birthday in grand style, popping bottles at a club or mansion with friends and family, but for Stunna, he celebrated his birthday with the less fortunate.  The artist posted this on his social media, 9 hours ago: 

What's the use of all the fame and riches if you can't make a positive impact on a person's life or make someone smile?
Being an artist for me has always been about being the voice for the voiceless, a beacon of hope and being a symbol of positivity.
Yesterday my team and I decided to celebrate my birthday at the home of the less privileged kids, which was one of the most humbling experience I've experienced during my years walking this surface.
I believe we're all interconnected and God blesses a person so that he can be a blessing to another. God knows my heart and I pray that he continue to bless me so that I can help make more positive impacts and make more kids smile.
I never would've posted a single picture about this generous act, THE ONLY REASON I DID IS BECAUSE I WANT TO INSPIRE SOMEONE READING THIS TO BE A LIGHT IN THE DARKNESS FOR SOMEONE.
God is great, and he's great all the time.
It takes the power of one.

I hope you are inspired. I know I am.

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