Grammy-winning rapper Lil Wayne‘s daughter is giving fans a reason to watch the NFL draft. The hip-hop star’s mini-me Reginae Carter joined a slew of high-profile celebrities who are set to appear on this week’s live-streamed Draft-A-Thon.

Reginae Carter Will Help Kick-Off Draft-A-Thon

Last night, Miss Carter hit up her social media pages with the big news. Reginae confirmed she and a bunch of musicians and influencers will be a part of the event.

“So excited to work with the @nfl for a great cause! We are raising money to support Covid-19 relief efforts. Make sure you tune in starting this Thursday! #NFLDraft#NFLShop” -Reginae Carter’s Instagram

Reginae Carter will join the star-studded line-up at the NFL Draft-A-Thon

Save The Date

Barring any last-minute changes, the draft is set to go down tomorrow. It will also be over the course of three days.

The league will be raising funds for six organizations battling the coronavirus pandemic that caused the NFL to cancel all draft events in Las Vegas. Instead, the April 23-25 proceedings will be done remotely and virtually. The Draft-A-Thon will be livestreamed on NFL social and digital platforms and featured in live draft coverage on ABC, ESPN, NFL Network and ESPN Deportes. Donations now can be made at NFL.com/RELIEF. (ESPN)

Wait, There’s More

The NFL is making sure fans can stay connected to the draft even away from their TVs. The three-day event will stream on multiple mobile devices.

Fans can follow the Draft-A-Thon on NFL digital properties across devices (phone, PC, tablet and connected TVs) and on Twitter, Twitch, Facebook, YouTube, Yahoo Sports. Hosted by the NFL Network’s Rich Eisen and Deion Sanders, the Draft-A-Thon will feature a wide variety of athletes, celebrities, and personalities, including actor and comedian Kevin Hart, music artists Quavo and Kane Brown, football player Toni Harris, gaming icon Ninja, NFL stars Tyrann MathieuDevin McCourty, Torrey Smith, Rod Woodson and many others. (National Football League)

Before You Go

There are also some major performances set to go down during the draft. R&B singers H.E.R. and Jennifer Hudson are headlining the slew of performers.

“atch these performers during the 2020 #NFLDraft broadcast on @espn @nflnetwork and @abcnetwork! – 📺: 2020 @NFLDraft starts Thursday (8pm ET) on NFLN/ESPN/ABC” -NFL’s Instagram