For a 10-year-old Uvalde shooting survivor, Bad Bunny assists in the purchase of a new home.

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For a 10-year-old Uvalde shooting survivor, Bad Bunny assists in the purchase of a new home.

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Puerto Rican musician Bad Bunny has linked up with other reggaeton musicians to support the survivors in the months following the horrific events of the Uvalde school massacre in May.

Through his Correa Family Foundation, former Houston Astros baseball player Carlos Correa revealed that Bad Bunny, along with fellow reggaeton artists Wisin and Yandel, generously contributed to the building of a new home for Mayah Nicole Zamora, a 10-year-old Robb Elementary student and survivor, in the wake of the shooting in May. Correa, who is currently with the Minnesota Twins, went to his old team’s stadium in late August and met with Zamora there before a game between the two clubs.

Zamora was shot in the arms, chest, hands, and back during the shooting in May, seriously injuring her and necessitating more than 20 surgeries. She and her family learned that the shooter resided just a few streets from her former house at this time, and they made it a point to find a new place to live to help her recover. Significant contributions were made to help Zamora and her family pay for a new home by Bad Bunny and his Good Bunny foundation, Wisel, Yandel, TokenSociety.io co-founders James and Korrine Whipkey, Scott H. Weissman, and Allen P. Lu.

The “Un Verano Sin Ti” performer welcomed Zamora and her family to his Dallas, Texas, concert at the AT&T Stadium on September 9, according to the Correa Family Foundation. The artist, whose real name is Benito Antonio Martnez Ocasio, is seen in photographs standing with Zamora and signing tour memorabilia for her. Additionally, according to Fuse TV, the singer gave Zamora and her family a private suite, dinner, and the depicted meet-and-greet backstage before the performance.

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