Millions of Fans Applaud Taylor Swift for donating $100,000 to GoFundMe for Kansas City Lisa Lopez-Galvan who was shot dead at her Chiefs Super Bowl parade “Other Celebrities supports also..”

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Taylor Swift has donated $100,000 to the grieving family of the Kansas City radio DJ shot dead at the victory parade for her boyfriend Travis Kelce and his team.


The shooting sparked frantic scenes on the streets of Kansas City

Lisa Lopez-Galvan, 44, was killed when two juvenile gunmen opened fire in the crowd in a ‘personal dispute’ that escalated. Twenty-one others were injured, including nine kids.

Taylor made two $50,000 donations to the GoFundMe page set up for Lopez-Galvan’s family.

‘Sending my deepest sympathies and condolences in the wake of your devastating loss. With love, Taylor Swift,’ read the message accompanying the gift.

There is no sign of a donation from Kelce – who carried on his partying on Wednesday night after the shooting – or the Chiefs.

After tweeting that he was ‘heartbroken’ by the violence on Wednesday, Kelce decided to carry on the party while injured children were treated in hospital for gunshot wounds.

Clutching a beer, he posed for selfies with cops on his way inside the Granfalloon Bar and Grill before making his way inside.

Travis, who was too drunk to speak at the parade, decided to carry on the celebrations after the shooting with a ‘scaled back’ party at a local restaurant.

He stopped for a selfie with the cops who were running security at the event before making his way inside.

The party had been arranged by the team after the Super Bowl win, but many players decided to stay at home after the tragic shooting.

Kelce was not one of them.

He carried on the celebrations with some teammates and their partners, posing with Patrick Mahomes’ girlfriend Brittany in a photo obtained exclusively by

He is yet to respond to criticism of his continued celebrations.

Prosecutors are still undecided on the charges against the three suspects they have in custody.

Two are juveniles who were having a ‘personal dispute’, according to police yesterday.

One, who was carrying an assault rifle, was tackled by heroic fans as he tried to flee the scene.

None have been named. The local district attorney says they intend to charge all of the suspects as adults, with the judge’s permission.