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Post Malone is plugging away at some relief efforts through his cannabis brand Shaboink with a donation of 40,000 N95 masks to Direct Relief as well as a pre-order for their new “Clean Kits.”

The rapper is joining in on some college classes to discuss his cannabis business while the company is doing their part to provide relief and resources throughout the coronavirus pandemic.

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Post Malone launched the company back in 2019 which has been expanding ever since.

Now, the company is revealing new “Clean Kits” expanding beyond cannabis. The clean kits include soap sheets, 3-ply mask boxes, hand sanitizer, hand wipes, vitamin C and multi-purpose gloves. They also come in a regular size kit as well as a super size kit.

“Look, we know things could be better but we’re having fun where we can!

So let’s keep clean so we can get back to normal as fast as possible.

Every one of our Clean Kits comes packed with Shaboink-branded gloves, masks, hand sanitizer, soap, disinfectant wipes and more. We literally couldn’t make it easier to keep clean unless we came to your house and washed you ourselves.”

On top of that, they’re donating 40,000 N95 masks to Direct Relief. Direct Relief is working with public health authorities, non-profit organizations and businesses across the globe. Their efforts see them providing protective equipment and essential medical items to frontline workers.

The regular kit is available for pre-order at $50 while the super size kit runs for $100. A portion of the proceeds will also be donating to Direct Relief.

They’re also revealing a video showing Post Malone jumping on video calls with college students to discuss the brand and the current pandemic.

You can see their post about their efforts below.

You can learn more about Shaboink and their efforts here.

On top of these donations, Post Malone brought in a massive amount of money through his charity Nirvana livestream. Last month, he hosted a livestream concert where he and  blink-182‘s Travis Barker played a Nirvana cover set.

Within the first hour, over $1 million was raised and in total it brought in over $4.3 million. Then, he also revealed he was taking fan suggestions for how he should be donating another $1 million so fans who can’t afford to donate themselves can join in on the fun.

What do you think of Post Malone’s cannabis brand Shaboink’s coronavirus relief efforts? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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