Moved by a video of a young African American girl with leukemia, Rihanna is helping her find a bone marrow donor, People reports. It's the second time the singer has helped a leukemia sufferer seek a match. "When I saw the video of Jasmina it broke my heart," Rihanna said. "It is so unfair that for a black patient it's so much harder to find a bone marrow match."
Jasmine's mother, who adopted the 5-year-old at birth, was "over the moon" when Rihanna stepped in to help. "My daughter is a huge, huge Rihanna fan," she said. Jasmina concurred: "I'm so excited!" she said from her New York City hospital room. Rihanna helped a New Yorker find a match last year, after inspiring 5,000 donors to come forward. "Rihanna has already helped save many lives," an advocate said.