Travis Kelce matches Taylor Swift’s $300,000 donation to victims of Chiefs parade shooting AFTER uproar and also made a statement on his decision to go partying in the wake of the tragedy

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Travis Kelce has matched girlfriend Taylor Swift’s $100,000 donation to victims of Wednesday’s mass shooting following the Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl rally.


Shooting in Kansas City Chiefs Parade

Kelce made the gift through a GoFundMe page, which shows a pair of $50,000 donations from his charity, the Eighty-Seven & Running Foundation – an organization that aims to help ‘underserved youth strive to become productive citizens.’

The GoFundMe page was started by friends of the Reyes family, who had two young daughters wounded in the shooting. The fund drive has already surpassed its $100,00 goal, reaching $177,000 by Friday evening. Swift, meanwhile, donated to the family of Elizabeth Lopez-Galvan, who was killed in the shooting.

Shooting in Kansas City Chiefs Parade

Of course, the donation only comes after Kelce took waves of criticism for partying in the wake of the shooting, which left one dead and 22 others injured. Two juveniles were charged with crimes connected to the mass shooting, authorities said Friday, as the city tries to recover in the aftermath of the violence.

Kelce was among the Chiefs stars who went ahead with a ‘scaled down’ celebration just hours after a mass shooting saw the team’s Super Bowl parade descend into tragedy. However, other teammates stayed away from the party.

In pictures obtained by, Kelce is seen in a Kansas City sports bar alongside several teammates and their partners – including Patrick Mahomes’ wife Brittany.

The group also included Chiefs punter Tommy Townsend, center Creed Humphrey, tight end Matt Bushman and his wife Emily.

Sources told that Mahomes booked the entire venue out for a select few members of the squad and their families. Many of coach Andy Reid’s team stayed away following the attack.

But Kelce, who led a rendition of the Beastie Boys’ hit ‘Fight For Your Right [to party]’ following the Chiefs’ Super Bowl win, was among those who continued to enjoy themselves.

This new image is sure to pose more questions for Kelce, who has already being criticized for smiling gleefully in a photo with a police officer in the wake of the deadly shooting.

A news release from the Jackson County Family Court said the juveniles are being detained in the county’s Juvenile Detention Center on gun-related and resisting arrest charges. Additional charges are expected as the investigation continues.

No further information was released. Defendants age 17 and under in Missouri are typically adjudicated through the juvenile system, which is far more private than the system for adults. Names of the accused are not released, nor are police documents such as probable cause statements.

In cases involving serious crimes such as murder, juveniles as young as 12 can be certified for trial as adults, said Lynn Urban, a professor who chairs the Criminal Justice and Criminology Department at the University of Central Missouri.

Federal law prohibits the death penalty for anyone under age 18 at the time of the crime.

Police initially detained three juveniles but released one who they determined wasn’t involved in the shooting. Police are looking for others who may have been involved and are calling for witnesses, victims and people with cellphone video of the violence to call a dedicated hotline.

Meanwhile, locals are turning to religious gatherings, vigils and counseling to try to cope with the horror of what happened.

A mother and popular disc jockey died in the burst of gunfire Wednesday as the parade and rally were concluding, and 22 others — more than half of them children — were injured. By Friday, two people remained in critical condition and one was in serious condition. Most of the injured children were out of the hospital and expected to recover.

But the emotional recovery is only just beginning in a community horrified that two juveniles could cause such trauma. Police believe a dispute between several people led to the shooting.

The slain woman was identified by radio station KKFI-FM as Lisa Lopez-Galvan, host of ‘Taste of Tejano.’ On Friday, a family friend, Katrina Rojas Vincent, said she could feel Lopez-Galvan’s presence as she stood near the shooting site.

‘Her spirit will always be here welcoming people back to this location, to not be afraid to not have any fear, to enjoy yourself and live your life,’ Vincent said.

She described Lopez-Galvan as a vibrant, giving person.