READING, PA- Restaurateur Johanny Cepeda-Freytiz and musical entrepreneur Demetrius Profic, also known as T.O.P., joined forces Friday night to raise money for the Olivet Boys & Girls Clubs in Reading.

The fundraiser was held at Mi Casa Su Casa, Cepeda-Freytiz’s downtown restaurant at 320 Penn St.

Supporters paid $10 for a night of entertainment that also included music by DJ Victor Soto of Flying Hawaiian Entertainment. The proceeds are part of Cepeda-Freytiz’s campaign to win Olivet’s Kiss A Pig contest.

It also celebrated the anniversary of T.O.P.’s “Let’s Give’em an Album,” which features “Been There” and “Hometown.”

A Reading native, T.O.P. (Triumph Over Poverty) was a member of the Olivet Oakbrook club.

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