WWE's John Cena Matches BTS ARMY Donation To Black Lives Matter

The future WWE Hall of Famer has donated an additional $1 million to the charity, matching the K-Pop super group's fanbase.

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John Cena has done it again. On top of being the most wishes granted by the Make-A-Wish Foundation, Cena has matched the $1 million donation from the BTS ARMY to Black Lives Matter reported Bleacher Report.

The wrestling and movie megastar posted on Instagram earlier this week a simple image that the BTS ARMY had matched the K-Pop group's donation, as well as tweeted out that he was happy to join the match.

Cena has opened his purse, so to speak, recently having also given $40,000 to the Shad Gaspard memorial fund set up by his widow last month. Him teaming up with the mega-popular Korean boy band whose fans already helped the BLM movement by interfering with police radio with BTS fan cams last week.

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