The fast-rising artiste was reportedly invited to be a part of a clean-up assignment at St George’s College last Friday, where she helped to encourage students to keep their environment clean.
Each class at the institution was assigned the task of picking up as much garbage as possible at the school, with the winning class receiving $5,000.
“My job was to motivate the pupils, and judging by the burgeoning garbage bags at the end of the competition, it seemed to work. As young people, we must do everything we can to preserve our environment, so I was glad to be a part of this worthy cause,” Jada Kingdom told the Star.
Kingdom has been attracting alot of attention since the release of her debut single and video. Love situation. This along with her image has led to over 320, followers on Instagram and nearly 400,000 views for her Love Situations video on YouTube.