Eminem Donates Hundreds Of Mom’s Spaghetti Meals To Detroit Hospital
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Eminem donated 400 spaghetti meals to frontline workers at Henry Ford Hospital, and Detroit Recieving Hospital yesterday. The Detroit News is reporting the food donations were made through the Marshall Mathers Foundation.
Spoiler alert, Slim Shady did not actually make the spaghetti (duh). Even though none of the Union Joints are currently open, they did prepare the food for the hospital staff. Blackstone's Smokehouse in Flint is another restaurant that is currently closed, but continues to serve people working on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic too. I hope you remember these awesome restaurants when they are able to open for business. Trust me, I will be ordering chicken wings from The Union Woodshop, and a pizza form Blackstone's as soon as I can.
I have friends working in the healthcare field from Flint to Detroit, and I do know how much they appreciate the gift of food. Keep in mind you don't have to be famous to make a difference. Check out my story on 'Charm Bear' here. This awesome bear has been busy delviering food throughout Genesee County and Lapeer County to frontline workers, and first responders. Your donation, no matter how big or small - will make a difference.