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Ms. Classy Credit surprises shoppers by paying for groceries

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Ms. Classy Credit surprises shoppers by paying for groceries

Raneisha “Ms.Classy” Toombs comes from humble beginnings. The daughter of a Jamaican Immigrant and ex-sheriff. United States Air-force Veteran. Owner of the clothing line, “Just Southern Royalty” and the Hair Company, “Fairy-tails Extensions.” She saw the need for credit guidance and built her own Credit Repair Company, “Classy Credit.” She has devoted her life to helping others achieve their life dreams through credit and financial literacy. She’s a Entrepreneur , business owner, life coach, veteran, and philanthropist….all at the age of 29. 

On Sunday November 22, 2020 this young business owner paid it forward by blessings multiple families by paying for there groceries for thanksgiving in Atlanta ga at the cascade kroger . Not mention later that evening she Teamed up with food in the city founder Jakeem smith and they passed out 200 platters . Food  cooked by Kelli owner of Nana’s chicken and waffle and chef Traval Alexander. 
Photos by : Kinasa Rivers

Group photos is of her family helping her 

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