JJ Watt Will Pays Funeral Costs for Waukesha Victims


J.J. Watt is rumored to pay the funeral costs for those who were killed by a racist during a Wisconsin Christmas parade Sunday night.

Arizona Cardinals star is from Waukesha. Six people have died, and approximately 50 were injured in the accident where Darrell Brooks drove through large crowds at the annual Christmas parade.

Watt was born in the city of 70,000 people and grew up playing football at Pewaukee High.

He called the scenes “horrific” and expressed hope for the injured, as well as gratitude to the first responders.

Brooks, a career-level criminal, is now out on bail, inexplicably through a left-wing prosecutor, just before he attacked innocent paradegoers in Waukesha.

Late Tuesday night, Bail was established.

Watt is no stranger to philanthropy or to supporting a local area.

He was a Houston Texans member when Hurricane Harvey struck Houston in 2017. He raised $37 million to help with hurricane relief. Watt was awarded the NFL’s Man of the Year Award for his contributions to hurricane relief.

Sports Illustrated claims that Watt’s hurricane relief funds built more than 1,100 houses in the Houston area.

J.J. Watt is still one of the best in a world where self-centered narcissists are abounding and disingenuous hackers get a lot of attention.