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American Singer Taylor Swift Sends $6,000 To A Canadian Fan To Help Pay For Her College Tuition: "Get Your Learn On, Girl!"

August 14, 2019 15:55

American singer Taylor Swift has been famous since her teen age. Her singing skills and unique music have attracted a mass audience from all over the world.

However, Swift's charity work has received more praise and admiration. She once donated $70,000 to her hometown library, gave nearly $2,000 to a fan to pay for students loans, donated $10,000 to a boy with autism for a service dog. Taylor's generosity knows no limits!

One more fan got extremely lucky! Canadian citizen Ayesha Khurram posted on Tumblr about her struggles with paying college tuition. The blogger left her PayPal account in case somebody would transfer money.

As you may have figured out, the Lover hitmaker sent Ayesha a bit more than $6K to help her deal with college issues. Khurram said she was baking cookies when she got the notification from Taylor Nation, LLC about the online money transfer with a note, "Ayesha, get your learn on, girl! I love you, Taylor!"

It was a special moment for Ayesha and her family. The Ontario University student's mother suffers from chronic kidney disease and they all have been under emotional stress.

Interestingly, the 20-year-old met her pop idol in 2018 at one of the concerts. And now, Taylor Swift proved how generous she is aside from her singing talent.

People's support and reactions

@kmacting13:

Absolutely love this story @taylorswift@ayeshakhurram 💕God bless you on your journey!!! 🦋

@giovannirosalez:

Omg crying for you she is such an angel I absolutely am so grateful for her and for what she does for this world 😭😭💓

@chazharrisnz:

Proof that @taylorswift is a #LOVER ❤️❤️❤️ Congrats. So happy for you

@amandabee:

This is amazing!!! congrats girl keep on learning and dont give up!! ❤️

The kind dead is flying all over the net and Ayesha Khurram has already been invited for some interviews. The most important is that the girl will be able to study further, isn't it?