Chris Stapleton Spotted Helping With Kentucky Flood Relief

Folks in Kentucky have been dealing with catastrophic flooding which has destroyed homes, and killed at least 37 people, with hundreds more unaccounted for. Plenty of folks have been doing what they can to help, and that includes Chris Stapleton.

The country superstar, a native of Kentucky, was seen at a Prestonburg, Kentucky Walmart buying supplies to help those affected by the flooding. And while he originally went unnoticed folks soon started realizing it was Chris helping out.

“Chris Stapleton is loved in eastern KY b/c he’s from Johnson County and he’s immensely talented. But also b/c of this,” someone on Twitter shared, next to photos of Chris at the Walmart and posing with two men. “That’s Chris in the Prestonburg Walmart buying stuff for folks and cleaning houses in Knott County.”

Chris is known for doing a lot to help his home state. He started his Outlaw State of Kind Hometown Fund, which donates money to different Kentucky-based charities. He also headlined “A Concert for Kentucky” back in April, which raised $1 million for the charity.


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