John Cena is one of the most generous celebrities in the world today. He is a role model for children across the globe as he has the most “Make A Wish” for kids. He is now lending his goodwill to another cause with Black Lives Matter.
John Cena announced this week that he has matched the BTS Army’s donation of $1 million to the “Black Lives Matter” group.
“Very happy to join #BTSARMY in efforts to match @BTS_twt tremendous donation #ARMYMatch1M,” Cena tweeted.
Variety reports that shortly after K-pop band BTS and Big Hit Entertainment donated $1 million to BLM, their fans, known as the BTS Army, then matched the donation within 24 hours. Cena then matched that donation for a total of $3 million between Cena, BTS and their fans. BTS fans actually raised $1,026,531 with 35,609 donors.
Thank you so much 😊😊 pic.twitter.com/jZaixJguQv
— ARMY PERÚ⁷⟭⟬ 🇵🇪 ⟬⟭ ✨ #2MforBLM (@ARMYPeru_twt_) June 8, 2020
John Cena based his career around Black Lives, without Black Lives there would be no Spinner Belts, without Black Lives there would be no Joey's, without Black Lives there's no jerseys, without Black Lives, there no top grossing superstar who broke records for Make A Wish.
— Ghost Of Bishmee (@GBishmee) June 10, 2020