Pop star Taylor Swift donates $13,000 each to two women struggling amid pandemic - GulfToday

Pop star Taylor Swift donates $13,000 each to two women struggling amid pandemic

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Pop star Taylor Swift gestures on stage during an event.

Niloufar Saleem, Gulf Today

Amid the on-going coronavirus pandemic many people around the world have been struggling to make ends meet.


Pop star and icon Taylor Swift recently helped two women who have been struggling financially due to the coronavirus.


Taylor Swift has been a teen idol for millions of youngsters that connects to them on a personal level.


She has always been vocal about her agreements and disagreements with fellow singers and celebrities which made her the hot favourite in recent times.


Nikki Cornwell, of Nashville, Tennessee, and Shelbie Selewski of Harrison Township, Michigan, were featured in an article about Americans who have been facing eviction, unemployment and struggling to pay their bills amid the crisis. Swift decided to help out by donating $13,000 to each, reports a section of the media.




Swift also left a personal message on each of the campaigns, sharing her love and support for the women.


"Shelbie, I'm sending you this gift after reading about you in the Washington Post," Swift wrote to Selewski's GoFundMe page.


"No one should have to feel the kind of stress that's been put on you. I hope you and your beautiful family have a great holiday season. Love, Taylor."




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On Cornwell's GoFundMe page, Swift wrote: "Nikki, I read about you in the Washington Post and thought it was really brave of you to share your story. I'm so sorry for everything you've had to go through this year and wanted to send you this gift, from one Nashville girl to another. Love, Taylor."


Earlier this year, the singer gave several gifts of $3,000 each to fans who couldn't afford rent or were struggling to find work.

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