REVELATION: John Rich Shares 10-Year-Old Secret Story About Rush Helping Kids Struggling With Cancer!

After Rush Limbaugh’s death at the age of 70, there was a rush of praise and judgment-passing about his career and its meaning in politics.

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Fortunately, the king of country music John Rich reminded us!

Rich, in 2011, was one of two competitors in the final of the “Celebrity Apprentice.” The host of the event was our former President Donald Trump.

Billboard stated: “Trump was presiding over ‘The Celebrity Apprentice’ just six days after declaring he wouldn’t run for the White House in 2012. For several weeks, Trump had floated the idea of a Republican presidential candidacy during a publicity-commanding blast that seemed conveniently to coincide with the current season of his TV show.”

The competence “Celebrity Apprentice” has multiple fame competing levels to get money for the charity by completing business tasks.

Rich won the 2011 season, where the actress Marlee Matlin won second place. In this competition, the singer, who is part of the duo Big & Rich, won $250,000. His charity of choice was St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

The hospital St. Jude is located in Memphis, Tennessee. Its primary obligation is to deal with the children who suffer from severe, life-threatening diseases, whose parents didn’t pay a bill for care. It treats various conditions and people, but it is most known because of the children’s treatment.

St. Jude is widely known for treating children with cancer, and the main focus is on childhood cancers.

The National Cancer Institute in 2008 declared the hospital as a national comprehensive care center.

“The mission of the St. Jude Comprehensive Cancer Center is to advance cures for pediatric cancer through research and treatment. St. Jude is the only NCI-Designated Comprehensive Cancer Center dedicated solely to children,” – its NCI profile declared.

Before he participated in “Celebrity Apprentice,” Rich was a St. Jude supporter, and he wanted to raise more than one million dollars for the hospital. He shared this detail on Wednesday during his Fox News interview.

Because he was a Limbaugh close friend, Rich approached the radio host and got a welcome response.
“When I was on Celebrity Apprentice, Rush Limbaugh made a donation of $100,000 children’s Hospital to support them, and my mission on the TV Show under the condition that he remained anonymous.” – This was what Rich tweeted on Wednesday.

“I never said a word until now. He will be missed. #RIPRushLimbaugh.”

The country star raised $1.4 million from his “Celebrity Apprentice” and donated them to the hospital. Also, he revealed that Limbaugh was adamant about asking for anonymity.

Rich explained: “When I asked Rush Limbaugh about that, he said, ‘I would love to make a donation, but it has to be anonymous. Don’t tell anybody it came from me, don’t tell Donald Trump it came from me, don’t talk about it in any way, shape or form,'”

“I didn’t know what he was going to donate until it showed up,”

“When it showed up, it was $100,000 to the kids at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, and I couldn’t tell anybody where it came from.”

“I just thought it was a really respectful move on his end to do a great thing for those kids at that hospital and support my efforts on that show and just something that really stuck with me over the years.”

After a couple of minutes since Limbaugh’s death was shared with the public, Rich knew that the Rush was going to be attacked in death as he was in life, with the statements “rot in hell” and “rest in p-s.”

In the tweet, he wrote: “The left is celebrating the slow and painful death of #RushLimbaugh as they demand we all ‘unify or else!’ I’m sure Rush would have expected exactly this level of hypocrisy from them. Really disgusting,”

“Read the comments to my last tweet. That’s the ‘tolerant left’ in action.”

However, Rich shared some info about the connection between the singer Elton John and Rush Limbaugh, which for sure is weird.

“You can disagree with people and still treat each other like fellow human beings,”

“Yes, it’s possible.”- He wrote.

Moreover, Rich stated that Limbaugh’s charity in his case wasn’t surprising and weird.

According to Forbes, in 2008, Limbaugh was among the top five most generous people globally. He gave 13% of his salary that year, and his salary was $33 million. Right in front of him were Oprah Winfrey, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, and Michael Jordan.

Besides, in 2016 Limbaugh raised $47 million for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. In 2019 he raised more than $5 million for the Tunnel to Towers Foundation, providing financial help to military members, veterans, etc. In 2018, together with his wife, Kathryn, the couple donated $500,000 to the Dana Farber Cancer Clinic in Boston.

However, in the St. Jude case, Limbaugh has been donating for more than ten years and preferred to remain an anonymous donor. He, as a person, his generosity and charity will be missed!

He has left this world too soon, at the age of 70.

Rest In Peace, Rush!

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