Why Did The Breakfast Club Launch A Go Fund Me For Tisha Campbell?

One could look at this act as a modern day version of good Samaritans coming together, or the boundless extremes to which pettiness thrives. It’s your call.

After beloved Martin actress Tisha Campbell announced her and her husband, fellow actor Duane Martin were filing for bankruptcy, the talking heads over at Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club launched a Go Fund Me to help alleviate the couple’s $15 million debt.

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Appropriately titled “Damn Gina” in a short description the radio personalities claim the crowd funding page was created “to show our appreciation for all that she has done for the 90’s culture.”

The modest goal was launched Wednesday (April 6) and by the following day, 80 people exceeded the goal by $90. Some people were in full support of Campbell. One user  said Campbell’s kind nature after meeting was why she helped.
“I appreciate you. I met you once a few yours ago, you were one of the sweetest people I ever met. Your family will be in my prayers. I am glad I can help you and your family,” Erica Dayea wrote.
While others were, for a lack of better phrasing, simply not with the sh-ts. “I suggest the money be used to pay for some ‘credit counseling’ for Gina! We love you-but it’s all about $$ management!!! Be it a $1,000 or a million!” Annette Tabit Reynolds commented.
This isn’t the first time A Go Fund Me page has been launched for what some perceive to be Tomfoolery. A Ricky Baker Go Fund Me was created to give Morris Chestnut’s fictitious Boyz-N-The Hood character a proper burial 25 years after his death, and an audacious Beyonce fan launched a page to purchase Formation tickets.
Hey, when there’s a will there’s a way.