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Travis Kelce and Jason Kelce discuss the “deeply tragic” shooting at the Kansas City Super Bowl Parade – Monomaxos

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Travis Kelce and Jason Kelce discuss the “deeply tragic” shooting at the Kansas City Super Bowl Parade

 – Monomaxos

Travis Kelce And Jason Kelce published a special story through its website on Monday about the shooting in the Super Bowl parade in Kansas City last week that left one person dead and dozens of bystanders injured New heights Podcast.Â

“Attention 92 Percenters, we have a pre-recorded episode for you on Wednesday, but after the tragic events of the Super Bowl parade in Kansas City, it didn't feel right without you hearing from us first.” – Travis said in the clipAddress the podcast's fans by their assumed group name.

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“We just wanted to say that our condolences go out to all of the victims, their families, the Chiefs Kingdom and really all of Kansas City who were really there that day to try and celebrate the community,” Jason continued. “It.” “The events that occurred are regrettable and deeply tragic. “That’s why we want to thank the local law enforcement who took action, the first responders on the scene, and everyone who stepped up to help those affected by this tragedy.” €

There is a link to the clip included KCStrong Fundraiser Founded by the Chiefs organization and United Way of Greater Kansas City, proceeds benefit victims and their families, first responders, and violence prevention and recovery organizations. The fund's page shows that more than $850,000 has been donated at the time of this article's publication.

Through his charities Eighty-Seven and Running, Travis has also made a significant donation to a GoFundMe page set up for two young shooting victims10 years old Madison Reyes and 8 years old Melia Reyes. The sisters are recovering after both were shot in the legs at the parade. Travis' foundation is shown donating $100,000 to the fund via two separate $50,000 donations. The maximum donation amount per GoFundMe transaction is $50,000 The limit was increased from $15,000 in 2015 Taylor Swift, who is currently dating Travis Kelce, has made four different donations to support a fan suffering from leukemia. Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes and his wife Brittany Mahomes Also visited the Reyes sisters in the hospital last week and signed their casts.

Swift, who was not present at the victory parade, donated $100,000 a GoFundMe for the family of Lisa Lopez-Galvan, the mother of two who was killed by gunfire at the parade. A message signed with the singer's name in the message section of the page reads: “Sending you my deepest sympathies and condolences following your devastating loss.” With love, Taylor Swift.â€

The Kelce brothers hinted in the clip that more help could be expected from them.

“We’re still figuring out how we can get involved,” Jason said. “Of course you can donate through these links now, but we plan to do something in the future.” We're just trying to get this under control. [We] I have a few ideas, but make sure you follow us and we’ll share with you ways we’re trying to get involved.”

Travis ended the short clip by reiterating his love for the listeners and football fans.

“92 percent, we value you,” he said. “Kansas City and Chiefs Kingdom, we love you. We are with you and we will see you soon.”



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