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Plan B To Start Youth Charity

12:01 PM Sunday 5/20/12 |   |

Plan B is going to start his own charity, to stop kids from experiencing the bleak London life portrayed in his directorial debut.

The musician and rapper launched “Ill Manors” in Cannes, a story about how easily teens can get trapped in a world of crime and drugs.

He wants to show them the way out.

Many of the cast were non-actors who he threw a lifeline to – two members of his band were also taken off the street.

Plan B, or Ben Drew, is now in the process of setting up an organization.

  • Plan B

    Ben Drew, also known as Plan B, at the 65th international film festival, in Cannes, southern France.
    May 19, 2012

    (AP Photo)

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Plan B said Saturday: “Making a charity that’s going to help more young people is just a logical progression. It makes sense if you’re looking at the subject I talk about within my music and my film.”


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