The dinner included a performance by Guapdad4000, E-40 and former Puma ambassador, Danileigh. NBA Hall of Famer, Ralph Sampson was also in attendance. He even displayed his new Ralph Samson Lo sneakers.
When it comes down to the logistic of things, Puma will support G-Eazy’s “The Endless Summer Fund” which is a nonprofit organization that works with other local organizations to support homeless and LGBTQ youth.
Like G-Eazy mentions in his song “I Mean It,” his kick game is just rude. So don’t get jui-jitzued.
Now, the rapper can put his extensive knowledge of shoes to the test.
G-Eazy’s collaboration with Puma is set to release in 2020.