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Cardi B, Oprah Winfrey, Dolly Parton, Emilio and Gloria Estefan are not the only stars who are doing their bit to help those most in need in this global crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Marco Pérez decided to join forces with various companies to financially help people who have been severely affected.
"There is a problem as big as the virus, and it is the next economic one. Some have to bear it," wrote the Venezuelan on his social networks, who formed Mars from the list of the 50 most beautiful 2019. "Others live from day to day. day of their work, and right now they are very bad and they do not have to pay the rent or the food ".
The influencer asked those affected to communicate with him through Instagram stories with the hashtag #markoayuda at https://www.instagram.com/marko/. "They should send me photos with proof of the house or room and lease, plus identification, to be sure they are people who need the money and not someone taking advantage of it.
We will also help with resources for food, to those who explain to us what their situation is,”said Marko and made it clear that he will not allow scams and if someone does, he will be exposed. "We are not for people with a bad heart, nor are we going to allow it."
Marko who is the creator of the soap opera "Pasiones de Instagram" and who has also been an Emmy winner recently released his song "Suéltate Niña Dura", a song that will accompany all the chapters of "Martes de Blessed".
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