From viral YouTube sensation, to talented singing sensation, Queen Naija has had quite the journey in her career. Her YouTube channel has gained 4.88 million subscribers and her music has received more than 2.5 billion streams globally. With all of this fame and success, she also knows how important it is to give back in any way possible. So, in partnership with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Queen Naija has decided to auction some of the items seen in the music videos from her debut album, misunderstood.
With its kick off on April 1, the virtual auction features pieces from the misunderstood Diaries music video series from her album. The virtual auction, which is taking place on eBay For Charity, contains 42 different items from the set, like decor, furniture and posters. The starting bid for the majority of the items is $9.99 and there is no cap to the amount you can bid. All of the proceeds will go to St. Jude Children’s Hospital and the last day to place bids is on Sunday, April 11.
A young girl by the name of Lyric Chanel recently passed away due to her battling with anaplastic ependymoma. After singing at her funeral, Queen decided to monetarily help St. Jude by arranging a virtual auction. St. Jude Children’s Hospital is known for their extensive work and research on defeating childhood cancers and diseases and this auction will aid during this strenuous fight.
While not being able to enter hospitals during this time may be difficult, there are still many things that can be done to aid healthcare professionals, and donating is one of them. What Queen Naija is doing is very admirable and caring and will be greatly appreciated during these tough times. To remain in the loop on Queen Naija, you can follow her on Instagram and stream misunderstood on YouTube and Spotify.