Jenniffer González on Tuesday thanked the singer, Armando Christian Perez, for his good deed.
Pitbull told the New York Daily News, "Thank God we're blessed to help. It's really bad down there so we need all the help". Just doing my part, ' he said in a statement. The Mavericks' plane was loaded with water, generators, food and lots of other necessities that were to be distributed throughout Puerto Rico. Barea, who's Puerto Rican, counting stranded family members including his parents and grandmother on the island.More news: Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner's Private Email Domains Under Investigation
Monday, while the rest of his team was starting training camp, Dallas Mavericks guard J.J. Barea was on a private jet heading to an island. "And my understanding is his dad's going to stay over there and slug it out with all the recovery efforts".
As Puerto Rico reels from Hurricane Maria and the accompanying devastation, figures from the world of sports have stepped up to bring aid and relief to the island. Puerto Rico's completely destroyed.More news: VW slapped with new $3bn penalty over diesel emissions scandal
Hurricane Maria left Puerto Rico in ruins, with mass power outages and nearly half the residents without drinking water. "It's gonna be a long, long process so we just gotta keep helping out". "Mark Cuban has been awesome for letting me borrow this plane and all the Puerto Ricans that are in Dallas and Houston, getting all this stuff together to bring down here has been awesome".
Hurricane Maria reached Puerto Rico on September 20, leaving 24 dead and most of the island without electricity, following the devastation of Hurricane Irma two weeks previous.More news: Prince Harry makes first public appearance with girlfriend
The NBA star could not sit still after watching Maria tear through Puerto Rico and flood out his beloved island.