DJ Fulano was one of several stars to attend the ‘Keep A Child Alive’ Ball on Thursday night. The charity event was held in New York City and featured the 12-year-old in stylish formal gear. The tween wore a black suit with bow tie along with red shoes.
Fulano, who is no stranger to the spotlight, joined the likes of Alicia Keys, Swizz Beatz and others who are passionate about supporting families who are battling with HIV/AIDS.
‘Keep A Child Alive’ was founded in 2003 after Alicia Keys saw the devastating effects of AIDS in Africa. The ‘We Are Here’ singer has since raised thousands in support of researchers hoping to find a cure for the virus, and spread awareness about the illness that keeps it from being passed on to future generations.
DJ Fulano has served as disco jockey for a number of television and fashion shows. Haddad Brands and Nickelodeon are two of many big names that have sought his services since the tween began his trails as a DJ more than five years ago. DJ Fulano is the son of wellness specialist Latham Thomas. See more pictures from the youngster’s appearance at the ‘Keep A Child Alive’ Ball below!