Justin Bieber and Meek Mill have joined the “All In Challenge,” kicked off by Fanatics founder Michael Rubin.
Celebrities offer once-in-a-lifetime experiences that fans can win by simply donating as little as $10 to COVID-19 relief.
Bieber announced in a video: “I am going to auction off a cool experience where I fly to the winner’s home and I sing them ‘One Less Lonely Girl.’ I think this can be a cool opportunity and it’ll be fun for me!” In the caption, he adds that he might just serenade the lucky winner with “a few other” songs, too. He also added that he was inspired to donate the experience because many fans have been asking for it. He nominated Chris Brown, Kanye West and Chris Pratt to join the challenge.
Meek Mill donated his 2018 Rolls-Royce Phantom for the challenge. “I’m in a position where I can help out, so you know me, they said ‘all in’ and I came right out the door with my biggest car, my favorite car.” he explained, before challenging James Harden, LeBron James and Floyd Mayweather.
Other experiences up for auction came in from Yo Gotti, Miguel, Robin Thicke, Timbaland and more.
Fans can buy 10 chances for $10 and up to 200 chances for $200. As of late Tuesday, the All In Challenge has raised over $2 million dollars’ 100% of the proceeds will be divided between Meals on Wheels, No Kid Hungry and America’s Food Fund, who will then disperse the funds to World Central Kitchen and Feeding America.