Social media star and Los Angeles pizzeria owner, Adam Waheed, has donated $10,000 worth of pizzas to help feed ‘Bla-ck Lives Matter’ prot-esters ma-rching in Hollywood.Adam, along with his team from DOUGH Pizzeria, handed out pizzas during this weekend’s Hollywood prot-ests, that brought the crowd into the heart of West Hollywood.
We’re told Adam took to the streets with his Dough employees and handed out free pizza to anyone walking down the Sunset Strip for countless hours on Friday.
See The Photos… Instagram Star Hands Out $10K Worth Of Pizza To Prote-stors.The group would make multiple trips and cars set up nearby and bring the pizzas to the heart of the prot-est.
What’s more, all the pizza was baked by the Food Network’s celebrity chef, Aaron May, inside the Dough kitchens, who is now a co-owner of the restaurant.As you can see, the team walked the crowed in masks handing out the pizza slice by slice to anyone who needed to be fed while ma-rching through the streets.
See Photos Of The Dough’s Team In The Streets!The dem-onstrators moved through Hollywood Boulevard and Sunset Boulevard, prote-sting aga–inst police bru-tality after the loss of George Floyd last week.
This week, several prote-sts sparked up in Hollywood including one where thousands of people walked down Sunset holding up signs and chanting. In a sign of solidarity, when the crowd approached a red light, everyone together would take a knee, then once the light turned green they would continue to march.
Celebrity Pizza Hot Spot Will Continue DonatingThrough This Weekend’s Prot-est.
In the photos, you can see prote-sters gathered outside the Laugh Factory in Hollywood, where a sign read “George Floyd Rest in Peace.” In this area, Waheed and his team continued feeding prote-sters as they entered the intersection.
Dough’s Pizzeria & B-ar is a popular spot in Los Angeles and is frequented by celebrities such as Chrissy Teigen, Ron Artest, and Lil Dicky.We’re told Adam and the restaurant have pledged to continue handing out pizza to both prote-sters, and the police as a show of unity, for the rest of this weekend’s events.
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