GENE SIMMONS Brings African Foster Child To The US For Surgery
June 14, 2016, 5 years ago
Back in 2012, KISS singer/bassist Gene Simmons and his wife, Shannon Tweed, took a trip to Africa where they visited with children in a small Liberian town. Through the Child Fund, the couple began sponsoring 140 kids and, eventually, over 1,500 in a number of villages.
Recently, the Simmons brought one of those children, Zinnah Sambolah, to Los Angeles so that he could have his legs corrected with surgery. Not only did they arrange for the surgery, but they invited the child into their home to stay while he was recovering.
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