WWE Giants and Fast and furious 9 Star John Cena is proving himself to be the champion outside the ring after donating $ 1 million to Black Lives Matter. The charity follows an initiative of the K-pop band BTS, known by its fans as the BTS Army for the matching civil rights movement. “It was a great pleasure to join #BTSARMY in efforts to match BTS’s tremendous donation,” Cena posted in a tweet on Monday, revealing that the 16-time World Champion raised his $ 2 million donation to $ 3 million.
With heavy donations, Cena also took to Twitter to speak about what it would take to make the world a better place to move forward. “Change is never easy because it recognizes that our efforts and methods can pose a risk of serious deformity,” Cena said in the tweet. “Be brave and open minded in these moments. Welcome thoughts and limit excuses. Change is inconvenient but can create a lot of happiness for everyone in the long run.”
Cena is well known for his charitable work outside the ring in addition to his impressive achievements in the world of professional wrestling. Grappler often participates in anti-bullying and breast cancer awareness campaigns. He has been visiting ill and mentally ill children and fans for years, making a record of providing the most Make-A-Wish donations of any celebrity with over 600 visits. In May, Cena was again at a time when the WWE Superstar visited a young boy fighting cancer a few days before his 8th birthday, wearing gloves and a face mask with several toys and a memorable signature in tow. Done.
More recently, Cena is also rumored to have made another substantial monetary donation to the family of the late wrestler Shad Gaspard. Last month, Gaspard was swimming with his family on Venice Beach, when a rag hauled him out into deep water with a handful of people. After the former WWE wrestler directed the rescue team to rescue his 10-year-old son, Gaspard disappeared into the ocean until his body washed ashore days later. On a GoFundMe page set up to support Gaspard’s family, a $ 40,000 donation was made with the donor identified as “CTC RIP.” Allegedly, Cena donated, as CTC is an abbreviation for Crime Time senations – the team’s name was given to himself in 2008 by Cena, Gaspard and fellow wrestler JTG.
The Black Lives Matter movement was founded in 2013 after the death of Trayvon Martin. Their efforts to bring about change have been sustained as other black victims have been unnecessarily killed in high-profile cases, at the hands of police officers. The movement has been at the forefront of international protests since the killing of George Floyd in Minnesota last month, which saw footage of the horrific encounter going viral when it was posted online. For many, waiting for a serious change may not take another minute, and donations from people like Cena, BTS, and the BTS Army will greatly benefit their cause. We got this news from John Cena on Twitter.