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Taylor Swift Donates $50K to Cancer-Stricken Nephew of Backup Dancer

1 Oct 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Taylor Swift donates $50,000 to backup dancer’s baby nephew diagnosed with cancer.

The pop megastar donated $50,000 on Wednesday to her backup dancer’s 13-month-old nephew, Ayden, who was recently diagnosed with cancer. Once again Taylor Swift has shown her charitable side, as she has recently donated 50,000 dollars to her dancer’s infant nephew, who is battling cancer.

Within hours, Taylor made the donation on Ayden’s GoFundMe page and wrote: “Baby Ayden, I’m lucky enough to perform with your uncle Toshi on tour. Toshi, a dancer on the Bad Blood singer’s recent 1989 tour, wrote on Instagram that he had just touched down in Toronto when he discovered the 25-year-old’s generous contribution. “So I get off the plane in Toronto and this is the 1st thing I see…@taylorswift is an angel and My family and I can’t thank her enough… She is such an incredible human being. “This will help in this time of need… Let’s pray for him to beat this… This unexpected gift is truly a blessing…” he wrote, alongside a photo of the fundraising page. His mother, Lindsey Licari, lost her job after missing work to be at Ayden’s side for weeks. “Taylor, you have taken an enormous weight off my shoulders by allowing me to walk this journey with my son and be his protector,” Licari wrote in a comment.

Taylor is known for being generous with her cash, and cancer is particularly close to her heart after she announced in April that her mother, Andrea, had been diagnosed. She topped that the next month when she gave $50,000 to a young fan fighting leukemia, prompting GoFundMe to raise its original donation limit of $15,000.

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