Miami-born rapper Pitbull sent his private jet to Puerto Rico to bring cancer patients to the mainland United States for chemo treatment.
Miami-born rapper Pitbull sent his private jet to Puerto Rico to bring cancer patients to the mainland United States for chemo treatment. Miami Herald File
Miami-born rapper Pitbull sent his private jet to Puerto Rico to bring cancer patients to the mainland United States for chemo treatment. Miami Herald File

Pitbull sends his plane to hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico to rescue cancer patients

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