Post Malone is giving back through his company, Shaboink. The cannabis brand has created “clean kits” that will benefit Direct Relief, an organization that is working with public health authorities, non-profits, and businesses globally to provide PPE and medical items for frontline workers.
Malone founded Shaboink in 2019 and has expanded the company since then. The “clean kits” range from $50 to $100 and include soap sheets, 3-ply mask boxes, hand sanitizer, hand wipes, vitamin C and multi-purpose gloves.
Posty spoke about the “clean kits” saying, “we literally couldn’t make it easier to keep clean unless we came to your house and washed you ourselves.”
Shaboink has donated 40,000 N95 masks to Direct Relief and you’ll be able to pre-order a “clean kit” at shaboinklifestyle.com.
— Kerrang! Magazine (@KerrangMagazine) May 14, 2020