Eminem comes to the rescue like “Superman”.
Marshall Mathers helped rally donations for families of the 22 killed in the Manchester Attacks in a rare tweet. Eminem, 44, seldom ever tweets, but he made an exception to support an important cause.
The “Rap God” asked fans to join him “in helping Manchester victims and their families.” He also made an undisclosed donation to the fundraiser’s JustGiving page. Almost $3.3 million has been raised for the families of those killed and injured in the terrible bombing at Manchester Arena.
Manchester City Council thanked the rap phenom and thousands of fans posted screenshots of their own donations.
Fellow celebrity Justin Timberlake also shared a link to the JustGiving page and Tom Hardy set up his own fundraiser for The British Red Cross Society in the aftermath of the attack at Ariana Grande’s concert. Hardy, 39, has raised over $60,000.
Grande has confirmed she will perform in a benefit concert in Manchester on Sunday, June 4. Katy Perry, Justin Bieber and many more will join in to raise funds for the victims and their families.