Rapper Trick Trick to host Detroit show to benefit anti-bullying campaign


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Detroit rapper Trick Trick plans to celebrate 313 Day by performing a free show in support of the anti-bullying campaign, Defeat the Label.

The "Welcome to Detroit" rapper and frequent Eminem collaborator will be heading to El Club on Wednesday, March 13 to raise awareness about bullying and anti-bullying efforts.

"Ever since I was a kid watching others mentally or physically picked on bothered me,” Trick Trick said in a statement. “I wanted to help by giving my support to any individual I see in that situation and offer them love, support, strength, and confidence.”

In addition to musical performances by Trick Trick, Diezel, Polo Frost, and more special guests, the benefit will feature a silent auction featuring items from Eminem, Detroit Lions, Detroit Red Wings, StockX, and more.

Free general admission tickets are available with RSVP via eventbrite.com. Guaranteed entry with VIP meet and greet package and merchandise are available for purchase for $75 each in support of Defeat the Label.

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