Celebrity housewife Kara Alloway pokes fun at her fame for a good cause


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In a parody video Kara Alloway reads a Post City mag where she’s on the cover

Kara Alloway, star of the Real Housewives of Toronto, can now add music video star to her resumé. Yes, that’s right. She is the star of a music video for Jordan Grant, a University of Waterloo student who jokingly says he has a master’s degree in parody songwriting. Although we must say, this parody is spot on.

 

Grant wrote the song for Alloway to poke fun at all things housewife, and aptly titled it “Real A$$ Housewife.”

In three weeks, the video has racked up thousands of views, all for a good cause. Alloway is selling Real A$$ Housewife T-shirts on karaalloway.com where all proceeds will go to U For Change, an inner-city mentoring program for post-high-school, at-risk young adults, some of whom helped produce the music video. 

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