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Pink Donated 1 Million$ As She Recovers From Coronavirus

A very famous and a reputed personality in America and with the talent of many individuals in one- she is a songwriter, actor, pop singer, famous spokesperson and a model. Born in the year 1979, in the United States, she had all those qualities encrypted in her since childhood. Her full name contributes to Alecia Beth Moore, but she is popularly known as Pink. She had been awarded the Grammy Award for best female rock vocal performance.

In the year 2009, she was regarded as the world best-selling music artist where she had sold approximately 90 million records globally. That’s indeed a huge amount. She started her journey when she was fourteen years of age, and her first performance was in Philadelphia clubs. Her popular name has been derived from the character of “Mr.Pink” in Quentin Tarantino’s Reservoirs Dogs.

Tough competition to corona-

Pink was tested positive for coronavirus. Nowadays, the whole world is facing the same problem and are trying their best to get over this pandemic as soon as possible. Some people, including Pink and her three-year-old son, had been trying their best to fight with this infection in the best possible way, and now they have been cured properly. She was found to be with mild symptoms of coronavirus since the past few days. Although her husband and her daughter are still saved from this pandemic.

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Donated one million dollar-

As her fight with coronavirus got over, and she recovered soon along with her three-year-old son, she had donated 1 million dollars in order to save the place from this pandemic. The Fund will be distributed equally between the Temple University Hospital Emergency Fund and City Of Los-Angeles Mayor’s Emergency COVID-19 crises Fund.

Being a responsible citizen, she had contributed to help those who are fighting against this infection. Her contribution to these crises relief fund will always be memorable. Earlier, she had donated half-million-dollar for Australian Bushfire Relief fund as well. Thus, she had never failed to do her job of being a responsible citizen

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