Bad Bunny invited Uvalde shooting survivor to his Texas show

Bad Bunny invited Uvalde shooting survivor to his Texas show

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ARLINGTON, Texas — Bad Bunny did what he could to help Uvalde school shooting survivor, Mayah Zamora.

The musician invited the 10-year-old, who was critically injured during the shooting in Uvalde, Texas to his recent concert in Arlington.

Bad Bunny enjoyed some time with Zamora and her family. In photos from the event, shared on Instagram by the Correa Family Foundation, he can be seen posing with a smiling Zamora and signing a T-shirt for her; but what you can’t see in these photos is how Bad Bunny helped Mayah feel safe again.

This little girl was in the hospital for 66 days and had to go through more than 20 surgeries for gunshot wounds to her hands, arms, chest, and back. When she finally got out of the hospital she was scared to go home because she found out the man who shot her and killed 19 of her fellow classmates lived just blocks away.

Bad Bunny was one of the people who donated money to the Correa Family Foundation, which is buying Mayah and her family a new home.

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