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Shaquille O'Neal donates $50,000 to family of Buffalo shooting victim

Shaquille O'Neal donates ,000 to family of Buffalo shooting victim

Former NBA star Shaquille O’Neal has been known for his human qualities off the court and he shown them again, stepping in to support the family of one of the victims of the Buffalo shooting.

After participating as a DJ in a concert in Buffalo, the city where on May 14 there was a shooting that killed 10 people, Shaq donated the $50,000 he was going to earn for his participation.

The website TMZ Sports reported that the former player was at an event on Friday night where he was to perform as DJ Diesel as part of Shaq’s Bass All-Stars.

O’Neal took advantage of his presence in the city to speak with the family of Aaron Salter Jr, a retired police officer who worked as a security guard at Tops Friendly Markets, where the shooting occurred.

According to the website, O’Neal met with the son and widow of Aaron Salter Jr, and he spoke with them alone for a few minutes and decided to support them with a donation.

Aaron Salter Jr. prevented more people from dying during the shooting by confronting the gunman, who fired shots inside the supermarket in Buffalo.

Ten people killed in Buffalo supermarket shooting

At least 10 people were killed and three injured, most of them black, in the shooting of a young white man in a supermarket on Saturday, May 14, which was investigated as a hate crime and a case of “racially motivated violent extremism”.

The young, heavily armed banker was wearing a military helmet with a camera, with which he was live-streaming the action on Twitch.

He arrived at the supermarket and opened fire, killing 10 people in what appeared to be a racist attack.

Source: Marca

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