Gianna Floyd, whose father died in police custody last month after Minneapolis police officer Derek Chavvin pressed his knee to his neck for nearly nine minutes, revealed on social media that he was given a stock in the entertainment company by his icon. Hollywood.
In an Instagram post on an account for the little girl, she can proudly see that she holds the certificate of sharing.
“Thank you @barbrastreisand for my package, now I’m a Disney shareholder thanks to you,” the caption reads.
The post did not reveal how many shares the 78-year-old star bought for Gianna.
Along with the shares, the award-winning singer Grammy also gave the little girl two of her albums, “My Name Is Barbra” and “Color Me Barbra”.
CNN turned to Streisand’s representatives for further comment.
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