Arizona Cardinals illustrious star, J.J. Watt left a burning example of his big heart as he promised to cover the funeral costs of all the victims who fell at the Waukesha Christmas Parade. To provide a brief heads-up about the incident, a driver rammed his SUV into a Christmas Parade intentionally that claimed the lives of six and injured more than 62 people.
Going by the words of Cory Jennerjohn of Wisconsin Gifted, Watt has chosen to bear the funeral costs for the victims of the crash, that was his latest addition to the long list of helping hands that he has provided. Watt have always been a kind-hearted soul and has never backed down from helping people in need.
This is what Corey Jennerjohn tweeted about J.J. Watt
Cory Jennerjohn tweeted, “J.J. Watt is covering the funeral costs for everyone that lost their life in the Waukesha Christmas Parade. That is an amazing gesture. He has such a huge heart.” Talking about Wisconsin, J.J. Watt is someone who has always been linked very close to the city. He spent his junior season at Madison and it has been 10 long years since he played his last campaign for them.
As the tragedy claimed many lives and left a lot of people injured, Watts tweeted his condolences for the ones who lost their lives and for the ones who saw this traumatic experience unfold. Not only did he just leave that at tweeting but he chimed in with financial help for the victims.
He earlier tweeted, “Just now seeing what happened at the holiday parade back home in Waukesha tonight. Horrific images. Truly hoping everyone is going to be ok and those not involved are now safe. Thankful to everyone who rushed to action and helped the wounded.”
Watt has always been raring to help people in need. During his stint with the Texans, Watt has always been magnanimous, especially in the incident of Hurricane Harvey. He continues his philanthropic stint even at Arizona as he just pulled off an act of God for the ones who lost so much.