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Event Kickoff Party- Friday, Oct 11th at Pink Pump Royal Oak

(Royal Oak, MI) Women’s fashion boutique, Pink Pump teams up with Roland “Rospit” Coit to help spread awareness for breast cancer all during the month of October.

Related: Ro Spit Reveals His Best Interview [VIDEO]

Roland and Tawny Thieu-Walker both grew up in Pontiac together and both have unique success stories. One common thing that they share is, that they both are young entrepreneurs who give back to the community through their fashion/retail concerns.

This collaboration will unite FASHION AND MUSIC to raise awareness the entire month of October. Rospit, a Detroit rapper, Reality TV star of the Eminem produced “Detroit Rubber” & business owner (Burn Rubber and Two Eighteen by Burn Rubber) along with retail Women’s boutique chain Pink Pump.

They jointly have designed A baseball tee shirt using the Rospit logo (used on his own branded apparel) BUT for Breast Cancer Awareness Month making it PINK.

The goal is to raise awareness to a younger demographic through fashion and music. 5% of all sales will be donated to the Karmanos Cancer Institute.

The co-designed tee shirts will be available for purchase at Pink Pump Royal Oak as well as online at

The official release date for the Pink Tee is Friday, October 11th at 6:00pm to 9:30 pm

309 S Main Street, Royal Oak 48067

The event will consist of a sip & shop with the video premiere of Rospit’s hit single “Bout that Life” with models walking the pink carpet.

Pink Pump

309 S Main Street, Royal Oak 48067

Bio- Roland “RoSpit” Coit

The multi-talented Roland “Ro Spit” Coit started at the roots deejaying parties across the Metro Detroit area including the iconic St. Andrews/The Shelter, eventually grasping the sound hip hop crowds love to hear. Amidst his deejay sets, Coit wrote rhymes as well, a testament to his insatiable work ethic. His launch-pad arrived in the form of his cousin, One Be Lo, whom he connected with through Binary Star. A duo project with longtime friend Terron “Illite” Calmese entitled The Forgotten Chosen would ensue.

From a kid growing up in Pontiac, Michigan imitating his favorite emcees as a kid with his cousin, to a national performer Ro Spit has helped shoulder the re-branding of Michigan hip hop. From rapping with dry cleaning hangers to holding authentic microphones, Ro Spit saw his future before he knew it. At home in Michigan he’s referred to as a “Champion” a tagline his highly acclaimed sneaker boutique “Burn Rubber” coined, looks like the title fits.



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