Nick surprised his friends at St. Mary’s Hospital in Bayside, Queens with some awesome gifts he picked up from RadioShack.
The gift Nick gave to the kids is called the Sphero SPRK Robotic Ball.
The Sphero SPRK Robotic Ball allows them to program the balls movements using the app which is compatible for iOS, Android and Windows Phone.
The ball also has the ability to grow with the child as it can be programmed the old-fashioned way as well.
The amazing kids at St.Mary’s were thrilled as they played with their new gifts and with being able to use technology to make it move and change colors.
Nick also shared with the kids how and why he fell in love with technology at a young age and wanted to share that passion with them as well.
St. Mary’s Healthcare System is one of only a handful of organizations dedicated to providing intensice rehabilitiation, specialized care, and education to children with special needs and life-limiting conditions. Learn more.
Ncredible’s own Kreesha Turner has been blazing the stage all over the tri-state area.
Kreesha was one of the performers for the 10th Anniversary of the Six Flags Caribbean Concerts.
Kreesha hyped up the crowd during her medley performance which gave a mix of her many influences such as T.O.K , with a bit of pop flair of a Magic! cover and capping off with a full out blazing performance of her new single “Sexy Gal” ft. T.O.K.
Kreesha then took the stage later that week to perform an opening set for music sensation Bridget Kelly at New York City’s famed S.O.B’s. where the intimate crowd instantaneously fell in love with her sound and moves as she worked the stage joined by her dancer Blacc.
Amber Rose took to her Instagram this week to give a huge thanks to her mentor and manager Nick who donated to her upcoming “Slut Walk” which is being hosted by her non-profit organization The Amber Rose Foundation.
The Amber Rose Foundation is non-profit organization Amber created to support her core mission of upllifting, empowering and enhancing the platform of women across the globe.
Amber’s “Slut Walk” campaign was sparked in 2011 when a Toronto police officer told a crowd of college women that if they wanted to avoid sexual assault, they shouldn’t dress like sluts.
The walk aims to help end sexual injustices, victim blaming, derogatory labeling and gender inequality.
The walk takes place on October 3rd in Los Angeles, CA.
To get more information on the walk and to donate check out all the details here.
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