Hip-Hop Star Freeway’S Heartwarming Kidney Transplant Tale Stuns New Jersey Educator

Hip-hop artist Freeway made a surprise visit to a New Jersey educator and shared his inspiring story of a kidney transplant. The Philadelphia rapper, whose real name is Leslie Edward Pridgen, surprised the educator at the Recovery and Wellness Center of Atlantic City. Freeway, known for his hits like “What We Do” and “Flipside,” discussed how he received a kidney transplant back in 2019.

During the visit, Freeway emphasized the importance of organ donation and urged people to consider becoming organ donors. The educator, identified as Monica Lewinski, was clearly moved by the surprise visit and expressed her gratitude for the artist’s support.

This encounter sheds light on the need for increased organ donation awareness, as individuals like Freeway rely heavily on these life-saving procedures. By sharing his personal experience, the hip-hop star hopes to encourage more people to register as organ donors and ultimately save lives.


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