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Kehlani Raises $555k For Palestine, Sudan & Congo Through Merchandise Sales


Kehlani‘s unwavering support for the people of Palestine amid the ongoing crisis in Gaza has paid off, all thanks to her latest single.

In late May, she reaffirmed her stance in the music video for “Next 2 U” and released merchandise for the song that is “made in Bethlehem in a family owned and run sewing workshop.” According to her website, all proceeds will be “distributed amongst Palestinian, Congolese, and Sudanese families through Operation Olive Branch.”

Last Wednesday (June 12), the Bay Area native took to social media and shared that said items have sold out less than two weeks after they were first listed.

“Next 2 U tees capped out with over $555K raised,” she wrote on Instagram. “This song is about protection, something that institutions have failed to do for the people of Palestine, Congo, and Sudan. No one got us the way we got each other. Me & my team feel overwhelmed with gratitude for yall showing out for this fundraiser.

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