- Ariana Grande was touched when her fans approached her and shared the troubles they have been experiencing as a result of the coronavirus outbreak
- The kind celebrity decided to send money to needy supporters
- She even chose to keep her donations private and avoid alerting the media about her good deeds
- Ariana's fans said some of them were provided with money for electricity and water bills and rent payments
American celebrities have tried their best to be their brothers' keepers amidst the devastating Covid-19 pandemic.
Instead of sitting back and watching their fans die or suffer due to hunger and lack of funds, the lot has been donating money towards relief funds.
27-year-old pop star Ariana Grande followed the lead of the likes of Rihanna and coughed up millions towards fans who were out of jobs and had no source of income.
According to TMZ, the kind musician has been picking calls from her loyal fans and personally sending cash to them whenever they ask for help.
Ariana was touched when a couple of fans told her they were penniless thanks to the pandemic and had lost their businesses in the whole confusion.
Some said they could not pay their electricity and water bills and this touched her heart.
Ariana floated them some money via cash transfer app Venmo after noticing the number of struggling people was growing by the day.
A few grateful fans confessed they had received money from the star.
It is understood the 27-year-old Love Me Harder singer was focussing on people who were in dire need of her financial assistance and even helped guys cover their rent payments.
The best thing about the gorgeous superstar's acts is she has never gone public about her donations and has kept her acts of kindness secret.
Her fans chose to praise her and open up about how her help aided them during this difficult time.
Ariana has always been passionate about her fans and her kindness has been spoken about far and wide.
The soft-spoken, doll-faced beauty always believes she is on a mission on this earth and always empathises with the troubles her supporters go through.
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