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TRU Foundation holds basketball camp, invites son of College Park mom killed in liquor store

CLAYTON COUNTY, Ga. -- Friday hundreds of boys and girls lived out their dreams on the basketball court with a little help from Atlanta rapper 2 Chainz and his T.R.U Foundation, who held a free all-day basketball camp at his old high school, North Clayton High

Among the boys and girls was the 12-year-old son of the woman who was caught in the crossfire shooting at a liquor store in College Park just last week. Mashona Roberts, 35, died and left six children behind. When community activist Torrey Tomlinson of O.N.E Entertainment and Keith Lewis, Jr. of "I'm a Father F1rst" heard about the shooting, they invited the little boy to 2 Chainz's event.

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