Recently Waka Flocka was recognized for the work he does with a local Chicago non-profit organization that helps young women. He was honored with an award that was given to him by former president Donald Trump.
According to TMZ, Waka received a lifetime achievement award for his work with the non-profit organization Daughter of Destiny. The non-profit helps to provide women with “employment, food, housing, community, and inner healing.” And Waka was recognized for his volunteer work with the program.
He received a certificate and medal last Friday, which was presented to him by his mentor and pastor Apostle Dr. Bridget Outlaw. The outlet obtained a video of Waka receiving his award as he expressed his gratitude for the recognition.
It was also noted that Trump signed the certificate and everything was approved by the administration before Trump transitioned out of office back in January.
Waka also commemorated the special moment on social media and said, “Lifetime Achievement Award 🥇 I gotta thank my pastor/big sister Apostle Dr. Bridget C. Outlaw for teaching and guiding me on this journey God got us on I’m just honored 🙏🏾 S/O to my president!!!”
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Waka is known for providing support to people in various ways. Recently he spoke about supporting his stepdaughter Charlie as she spoke about having another female as her date to her Quinceanera. The moment was covered on their WeTv reality show “Waka & Tammy: What The Flocka.”
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