Posted by on February 12, 2021 5:31 pm
Originally From: Queerty

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Attempts to build a memorial to the fallen victims of the Pulse Massacre just got a fiery boost: singer Ricky Martin.

ABC News reports that the openly gay, Puerto Rican singer has signed on as the spokesperson for the onePulse Foundation, the group behind the push for the memorial. Martin will not accept financial compensation for the position, which will require him to tape video spots, make social media posts and even participate in the proposed Pulse museum, possibly as a narrator for the exhibits.

Related: Orlando Philharmonic nixes tribute to Pulse victims after surprising backlash

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“His global platform allows us to share our mission with even more audiences, ensuring Pulse’s legacy of love lives on forever,” Earl Crittenden, chair of


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