The artist announced his donation via Twitter
7 Jan 2020 - 9:34 AM  UPDATED 7 Jan 2020 - 9:34 AM

Korean-American artist Jay Park has donated $30,000 to the NSW Rural Fire Service to help in the effort to fight the Australian bushfires.

The R&B singer and rapper is performing in Australia and New Zealand this week as part of his Sexy 4 Eva world tour, and ahead of his first show in Auckland, he announced the donation in a tweet through his official account.

He also said that he'll be asking his label AOMG, of which he is CEO, to make a similar donation, and hoped the donation will help somewhat.

Here are some ways you can help victims of the Australian bushfires too.


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