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$300,000 McLaren with Josef Rakich

Lil Mussie races around in a McLaren 570s with Josef Rakich to ask him a few questions

Source: Youtube

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Meet Lil Mussie, Gisborne lad turned rapper and charity founder Mustafa Sheikh

Better known as Mussie, and as founder of the Bread Charity, a cause that aims to support the dreams of children living in poverty, Sheikh has now released a single titled How About You?

Source: New Zealand Herald

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Spoils of Call of Duty war go to Tairawhiti family

“We wanted to spread some positivity during this tough period,” said Sheikh, who is better known as Mussie or his musical alias Lil Mussie.

Source: Gisborne Herald

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Covid 19 coronavirus: Kiwi UFC star Shane Young giving back while in lockdown

Young has linked up with the Bread Foundation for a $1000 challenge, in which he will compete against the charity's founder Mustafa 'Mussie' Sheikh, in a Call of Duty showdown on Sunday night, with the foundation putting up $1000 to donate to a struggling family.

Source: New Zealand Herald

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UFC fighter Shane Young wagers $1,000 in ‘Call of Duty’ for COVID-19 aid

Young (13-4) and fellow New Zealander, musician Lil Mussie, are wagering $1,000 each on 10 one-on-one rounds of Call of Duty this weekend. The loser will donate the money to Bread Charity, Mussie’s charity supporting Kiwi kids. Bread will work with Auckland police officials to identify children who are financially struggling in lockdown.

Source: Bloody Elbow

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Even in lockdown, Bread charity stays focused on helping children

Mussie Sheikh, or Li'l Mussie, as he is known for his recently released song, burning a $4800 shirt in the song video. In the background is a 458 Italia.

Source: Stuff News