Taylor Swift donates US$100,000 to the family of a Mexican national murdered in Kansas City


The singer’s representative confirmed the legitimacy of the support for Lisa López-Galván’s relatives.

On Wednesday, February 14, a shooting caused panic and chaos at the Chiefs’ victory parade in Kansas City, home of the victorious Super Bowl LVIII team.

Lisa López-Galván, a Mexican citizen lost her life at the event after being hit in the abdomen by a gunshot.

Taylor Swift showed her solidarity by donating the immense amount of 100,000 dollars to the family of Mexican Lisa López-Galván, who lost her life in the shooting that interrupted the Chiefs’ victory parade in Kansas City.

The representative of the American singer revealed to Variety magazine that Swift made two legitimate donations on Friday, Feb. 16th. each of $50,000, to the GoFundMe page of López-Galván’s relatives.

“I send my deepest condolences following your devastating loss. With love, Taylor Swift,” the singer wrote when donating.

This fund has been created to benefit the family of Lisa López-Galván. Lisa was celebrating the Chiefs’ Super Bowl victory parade when she was senselessly murdered. She is survived by two children and her 22-year-old husband. She was an incredible mother, wife, daughter, sister, aunt, cousin and friend to many.

We ask that you continue to keep his family in your prayers as we mourn the loss of his life. This fund will help provide vital financial support to his family as they process this unimaginable tragedy. Any amount is appreciated,” says the text on the GoFundMe page.

Before Taylor Swift made her donation, around 1,300 people had already given their contribution.

The first reports indicated that the Mexican died after undergoing surgery, but later, it was clarified that she actually died at the parade site.

Kansas City authorities reported the arrest of two young people allegedly involved in the shooting, in which just over 20 people were injured, with Lisa being the only fatal victim.

Source: OEM

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