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Honey Boo Boo, 16, begs fans to book a $50 Cameo with her as star helps 'broke' sister Pumpkin raise 5 kids | The Sun

Alana Thompson, aka Honey Boo Boo, 16, has begged fans to book a $50 Cameo with her as the reality star has been helping her "broke" sister Pumpkin raise her five kids.

Alana, 16, shared a link to her Cameo account with her followers.

In an Instagram Story, the text said against a black template: "Book my Cameo," along with a heart emoji. 

The Mama June: Road to Redemption star has already started making "personalized videos" for her fans. 

The cost for booking a video reaches up to $50.

Alana is "available to book," and her video is expected to be delivered after 24 hours.

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Messaging the WeTV star costs up to $16.

She has also raised money by asking fans to spend about $25 on her meet-and-greet tour, which included her sibling and boyfriend Dralin Carswell.

A description of the Atlanta event stated: "The family will be signing autographs and taking photos with fans. Merch will be available for sale."

Alana posted about the event on social media and wrote: "Okay everyone, we have officially kicked off our Summer Tour to meet our fans in a city near you!!

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"We had a great turn out in Hollywood, California and our NEXT STOP is ATLANTA, GEORGIA!!!!!!"

Honey Boo Boo is not the only one in her family booking video requests for fans and raising funds.


Lauryn Pumpkin Efird, also known as Pumpkin, 22, recently shared a shot of her Cameo account.

Alana's sister has also asked her followers to purchase videos from her.

Each personalized video costs up to $60, according to her account.

Pumpkin and her husband Josh Efird recently welcomed their third and fourth children – twins Sylus Ray Efird and Stella Renae Efird. 

The twin girls were born less than a year after their brother Bentley's birth.

The TV stars are also the parents of their daughter Ella Grace, 4.

Pumpkin is also the legal guardian of her younger sister Alana.

Alana was removed from the custody of "Mama" June Shannon, 42, due to her public battle with addiction and arrest.


In June, The Sun revealed that the reality star has been struggling to provide for her family.

An insider close to the family claimed that "Pumpkin told June she didn't have any groceries in the house, and she told Pumpkin 'Well you better get on TikTok and make some d*** n money."

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The source added: "Why would a mother even say something like that?!"

Before removing the link to her Amazon wishlist, Pumpkin promoted items on TikTok and Instagram that fans could buy her for the twin babies.

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