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A Georgia woman who faced recent financial problems, says the rapper Ludacris paid for her groceries this week.
Therra Gwyn-Jaramillo of Atlanta has a lot of trouble “emotionally, physically and financially,” because her husband died of brain cancer in 2014. More recently, however, they ran into a financial hit of almost $ 4,000 within a month, then I had to get a new water heater ($2,000) and I do not have the freelance writing check I was owed,” Gwyn-Jaramillo wrote in a now viral Facebook post, which was more than 20,000 comments, and 10,000 shares of the sat night.
“My budget just will not hold under that huge hit,” she added.
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Money is tight and is responsible for a variety of rescue animals, and her disabled brother, Gwyn-Jaramillo was “too embarrassed to say out loud I was having financial difficulties, but it was a solid issue. I made rice for me and the dogs to eat. I was losing sleep. I was crying daily. I rationed petrol in my car,” she wrote.
“It was breaking me into pieces,” she continued.
That is when a friend of the woman, who has not yet been identified, stepped in to help, providing Gwyn-Jaramillo with a $250 gift card to Whole Foods.
With the gift card in hand, Gwyn-Jaramillo on the way to the supermarket on Monday “with a dream of hummus and fresh food. Real dog food for the pups. Maybe a pizza with roasted exotic toppings,” she wrote.
While in the checkout, Gwyn-Jaramillo realized that they had miscalculated and would not have enoughto buy all of her items.
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But a stranger came to her rescue, offering to pay her bill of $ 375.
At this point, Gwyn-Jaramillo ” she said, and she began to cry. When she asked the man’s name, he simply replied, “Chris.”
Gwyn-Jaramillo wrote on Facebook that it shook hands and embraced for a chat.
“I’m talking with an angel. Should I tell him? Should I tell him that he is an angel?” she remembered thinking as the two spoke.
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After the man left, the cashier turned out to Gwyn-Jaramillo that if this was an angel, he was a well-known: The man who would have covered her costs was rapper Ludacris. (His real name is Christopher Brian Bridges.)
“He was just doing something for a sloppy, hurried stranger. The show of love in his soul. Shining a light into the world,” she wrote, adding that the rapper “had no idea of her personal hardships.
“What Ludacris could not know, is that his quiet kindness and generous gesture came at a time that my candle was out,” she continued. “He used his personal light fire-up of my own.”
A spokesman of Ludacris not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment on Saturday.
Madeline Farber is a Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter @MaddieFarberUDK.