Motown legend Smokey Robinson is urging inner-city youngsters to realise
they don't have to be celebrities to be a success.
The TEARS OF A CLOWN singer is raising cash through a food company he set
up with screen star LEON ISAAC KENNEDY to help fund a project teaching kids how
to find happiness and make money at the same time.
He says, "I started a food company with actor Leon Isaac Kennedy last
year, and part of the money is going to teach inner-city kids that they don't
have to be entertainers or sports figures to make money...
"We're in 4,600 supermarkets with seafood gumbo and red beans and rice."