Taylor Swift Donates $100,000 to Family of Woman Killed in Kansas City Super Bowl Parade Shooting

KANSAS CITY, Missouri – Following the tragic shooting at the Kansas City’s Super Bowl victory parade, singer Taylor Swift donated $100,000 to the family of Lisa Lopez-Galvan, the woman killed in the incident. The shooting left 22 others injured, prompting an outpouring of support for the victims and their families.

Lopez-Galvan, 43, was shot as she celebrated the Kansas City’s Super Bowl win with her husband, young adult son, and hundreds of thousands of other fans at the city’s Union Station. Known as Lisa G, she was the host of “Taste of Tejano” on a local radio station and was one of the few Latina DJs in the area. The mother of two had deep roots in Kansas City, and her death has deeply impacted the community.

Swift’s representative confirmed the donations to the Associated Press, stating, “Sending my deepest sympathies and condolences in the wake of your devastating loss. With love, Taylor Swift,” read the messages accompanying the posts on a GoFundMe page. The fundraiser had collected over $200,000 as of Friday morning.

While police have two juveniles in custody and are trying to determine whether others were involved, investigators are still trying to identify who is responsible for the shooting. They believe a dispute may have led to the tragic incident that has left the community in shock.

Swift, who is dating Kansas City’s tight end Travis Kelce and attended Sunday’s Super Bowl, was not at the parade when the shooting occurred. She is currently performing a series of shows in Melbourne, Australia, as part of her Eras tour. The team assured that all players, coaches, staffers, and their families were safe and accounted for after the shooting.

The tragic event has sparked a wave of support and condolences from people worldwide, with many expressing their solidarity with the victims and their families. As the community mourns the loss of a beloved member, the investigation into the shooting continues, and efforts to support the victims and their loved ones have been ongoing.