- The Puerto Rican rapper is helping finance a new home for 10-year-old Mayah Nicole Zamora, who was injured in the shooting at Robb Elementary School.
On May 24 of this year, the Robb Elementary School in Uvalde was the scene of one of the worst massacres in the history of the United States, where 18-year-old Salvador Rolando Ramos opened fire and killed 21 people, including 19 children and wounded 17 others.
More than three months after that tragedy, Puerto Rican star Bad Bunny is going the extra mile to make 10-year-old Mayah Nicole Zamora feel safe again and try to forget that tragic episode.
According to CNN, during her 66-day stay in the hospital, Mayah learned that the shooter, Salvador Ramos, lived a few blocks from her house and it was very difficult for her to return there.
Bad Bunny & MAYAH 🤍 pic.twitter.com/MFwD6lcaZz
— 𝕭𝖆𝖉 𝕭𝖚𝖓𝖓𝖞 𝕿𝖔𝖚𝖗 (@tourbadbunny) September 11, 2022
For this reason, the rapper made donations to help the family of Mayah Zamora, who survived the shooting, so that she and her family can live in a new house.
He recently invited Mayah and her family to her concert.
The 10-year-old has undergone 20 surgeries to treat injuries to her arms, chest, hands and back as a result of the May shooting.
The Carlos Correa Foundation, a non-profit organization created by former Houston Astros player and native of Puerto Rico, Carlos Correa, learned that Mayah could not return home knowing of that proximity, so with the With the help of Bad Bunny and his Good Bunny Foundation, they have provided his family with help for alternative housing.
10-year-old Uvalde school shooting survivor Mayah Nicole Zamora threw a ceremonial first pitch at the Houston Astros game on Tuesday. pic.twitter.com/BPwysLz57w
— Newsweek (@Newsweek) August 25, 2022
It should be remembered that on August 23, Mayah was honored as the Hero of the month at the Houston Astros baseball game and threw the first pitch.
Thus, through the donors, they will build Mayah a new and fully furnished house in a place where she feels comfortable.