Ken Jeong donates $50,000 to the family of Atlanta.

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Ken Jeong has made a significant donation.

The 51-year-old "Masked Singer" panelist recently donated $ 50,000 to the families of the recent Atlanta shootings victims, Fox News confirmed.

Kendrick Jeong, the actor's birth name, made five donations of $ 10,000 to various GoFundMe pages.

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Jeong, the son of South Korean immigrants, has spoken of hate crimes against Asian Americans, which are considered the Atlanta shootings.

Ken Jeong donated at least $ 50,000 to the families of the victims killed in Atlanta's recent shootings.

"Regarding the situation in Atlanta and the shootings in Atlanta, my heart, thoughts, and prayers go out to all those affected," he said during a virtual tour on "Late Night with Seth Meyers. Enough is enough. With the Asian American community, it's just a sign.

He said his community is "fed up" with such hate crimes, which have seen a rebound since the coronavirus outbreak.

The "Hangover" actor blamed terms like "China virus" and "Kung flu" for contributing to such hatred of the Asian-American community.

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The fact that even in this particular crime, it is debated whether this crime was racially motivated," he reflected. Asian American women are likely to be attacked twice in the United States. This was racially motivated. This was clearly a hate crime.

Last week, a gunman opened fire at three Atlanta-area spas and was charged with eight counts of murder and aggravated battery. Six of the eight victims were divisions of the Asian American community. 

He claimed that his motives were related to his addiction to sex, although they are still under investigation.

As a man who worked as a doctor and whose wife still practiced medicines, Jeong continued, I have a view on how to resolve COVID: it's vaccination, masks, common understanding, don't be a. But as a human being, I don't know how to solve racism. You need to listen, learn, love, be tolerant. In our particular case, as Asian Americans, this' Kung Flu must end.' He concluded. We need to express that out loud. And we are.