It is well known that Nadeshot earned a lot of money from making 100 Thieves. When we hear about a Cinderella story, we hope they do good with their money. Nadeshot definitely paid it forward and referenced his own 100 Thieves story when explaining his donation.
Known as City of Sound, the band estimated the cost of their tour and had a fundraising stream to see if they could reach it. The stream wasn't going so well, and it was only at $155 when Nadeshot arrived. Being acquainted with the band member and loving his story, Nadeshot decided to donate all needed money.
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Nadeshot's chat went wild, as well as the chat for the live stream. Jordan Wright, who sings and plays the piano for the band, looked at the donation number and was overcome with emotion. At first, he didn't believe it, but he was speechless for some time, as Nadeshot simply said, "making dreams come true."
Considering Nadeshot had donated $3,000, which was all the band was trying to raise, making any other donations just a bonus for them. In response, the band tweeted 100 Thieves and Nadeshot to express their gratitude. What followed is shown in the tweet below.
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A story like this is enough to make your eyes red with joy. I hope that things continue to go well for City of Sound, whose tour information is available on their website. As well, many thanks to 100 Thieves and Nadeshot for fighting for the realization of dreams.