Rapper Trick Daddy Hosting Halloween Party For Victims Of Hurricanes

Trick Daddy will give

back to the Miami community this Halloween, as the superstar rapper is hosting

the Trick Luv Da Kids Spooktacular Halloween Fundraiser later this month.

The event is part of a broader partnership the rapper’s

non-profit struck with Single Parent Initiative and the Boys & Girls Clubs

in Mississippi and New Orleans to provide support for families displaced by

Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.

Trick Daddy’s non-profit, Trick Luv Da Kids Inc. is sponsoring

the event. The organization also recently teamed with The Florida Entertainment

Summit, a new music industry conference.

As a non-profit partner, The Florida Entertainment Summit will

assist the rapper in raising funds to support initiatives created by the Trick’s

Luv Da Kids, Inc.

The Florida Entertainment Summit is a one day conference that

focuses on empowering independent businesspeople in the entertainment industry.

The summit will debut in South Florida on Oct. 29 at the University

of Miami Conference Center in Downtown Miami.

A portion of each registration fee will be donated to the Trick

Luv Da Kids event.

Trick Luv Da Kids Spooktackular Halloween Fundraiser takes place

Oct. 29 at Solo, located at 10890 Collins Ave., Sunny Isles Beach.

Donations of $100

include food and drinks all night, while general admission is $25. Trick’s

organization will also provide prizes for Best Dressed Male Costume, Best Dressed

Female Custom and Best Dressed Couple Custom.