KENNY CHESNEY HELPS TEENS REUNITE WITH MOM AFTER HURRICANE IRMA
Written by Warren Ellison on September 22, 2017
Kenny Chesney continues to help provide relief from Hurricane Irma’s devastation. This time it was by helping a pair of teen brothers reunite with their mother after their home on the island of St. Johns was destroyed. Jah-Haile Bruce and Jahbioseh Bruce survived the storm on the floor of a bathroom shower as the hurricane raged through the house. Catching a boat sent to pick up evacuees after the hurricane, the brothers found their way to St. Croix, in hope of catching a flight to Philadelphia to meet up with their mother. With no commercial flights available, Chesney stepped in, flying the teens to Philadelphia on his private jet – anonymously. CNN did some digging to find out that it was indeed Chesney who provided the private flight for the teens, who were beyond grateful. “I don’t even know what to say, but thank you,” Jah-Haile told the CNN reporter. Chesney’s heartfelt good deed follows the singer’s recent formation of the Love for Love City Foundation, started to provide disaster relief for both the U.S. and British Virgin Islands.