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Bad Bunny Uvalde Does Incredibly Charitable Work For Survivor

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Rap superstar and part-time professional wrestler Bad Bunny is no stranger generous acts of charity, The rapper has continued to use his fame to good, this time by helping a group Building a house for the family of Maya Nicole ZamoraOne of the survivors of a horrific shooting in Uvalde, Texas in May.

bad bunny invited the girl and her family For their concert in Dallas on September 9, and took time off to meet Zamora backstage. Upon learning that Zamora and his family lived near the first shooter’s home, Starr worked with the Correa Family Foundation to secure funds to build the new home. Korea Family Foundation Major League Baseball Shortstop was started by Carlos Correa, and works to help children battling cancer as well as those going through struggles related to “extraordinary circumstances.” Zamora was the CFF’s “Hero of the Month” for August, and was also invited to knock out the first pitch at the Houston Astros game on August 23. The foundation plans to let Zamora choose where her family’s new home will be built where she will feel most comfortable.

Wrestling fans will best remember Bad Bunny from his tag team match at WWE WrestleMania 37, where he teamed up with Damien Priest against The Miz and John Morrison. The rapper impressed many upon his debut, including wrestling legends such as Randy Orton. Bad Bunny would return to WWE at this year’s Royal Rumble, where he entered at number 27 and was eventually eliminated by Brock Lesnar.

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