Taylor Swift has reportedly donated $100,000 to a GoFundMe set up to support

Swift also extended her “deepest sympathies” to Lisa Lopez-Galvan’s family.
Taylor Swift reportedly gave $100,000 to a GoFundMe campaign set up to help the family of late Kansas City radio presenter Lisa Lopez-Galvan. Lopez-Galvan was slain after three people opened fire on the Chiefs Super Bowl parade earlier this week. “I am sending my heartfelt regrets and condolences in the wake of your sad loss. “With love, Taylor Swift,” a message on the contribution stated. Swift’s staff verified to Billboard before entering the stage for an Eras Tour event in Melbourne that the swinger had made a valid gift.

Lopez-Galvan, who aired a cuisine program on a local radio station, was the only person killed in the shooting. Twenty-two others were hurt. “It is with deep regret and a broken heart that we inform our community that KKFI DJ Lisa Lopez, presenter of Taste of Tejano, died today in the shooting at the KC Chiefs rally. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family. “This senseless act has taken a beautiful person from her family and the Kansas City community,” Lopez-Galvan’s company said in a statement.

Taylor Swift describes Travis Kelce’s Super Bowl serenade as the “most romantic thing that’s ever happened” to her.

Police Highlight “Dispute” That Could Have Caused Chiefs Parade Gunfire
Meanwhile, police in Kansas City have identified a “multi-party dispute” as the possible cause of the mass shooting that occurred at the Chiefs’ Super Bowl parade yesterday. Three people, including two juveniles, are currently in detention and being questioned about the shooting. Furthermore, guns were found at the scene. “We are investigating the involvement of others. It should be mentioned that we have retrieved multiple guns. “This is still a very active investigation,” Police Chief Stacey Graves stated during a news conference.

There is also more information surfacing concerning the incident’s aftermath. One person died, while 22 were injured, including 11 children. The local fire chief stated that eight persons were seriously injured and seven were in serious condition. However, Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas, who was in attendance, stated that there are no plans to cancel the forthcoming St. Patrick’s Parade. “We hold parades all the time. I don’t think they will finish. “Certainly, we recognized the public safety challenges and issues that surround them,” Lucas added.

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