Benefit for Youtube Sensation Keenan Cahill
Either you love his videos, or you don't. I'm a lover, and I can't believe how one kid lip-synching the most popular songs on the radio grew to be such a huge internet sensation. It didn't stop at 50 Cent, David Guetta, or any other of the HUGE musical icons joining Keenan in his videos. Now he has the MLB and the San Francisco Giants backing him up on "Dynamite." Which is also the name of the benefit they're throwing for him! From Yahoo! Sports:
Keenan Cahill is a 16-year-old from Elmhurst, Ill., who has a rare disorder named Maroteaux-Lamy Syndrome. The complex condition comes with a host of problems - including stunted growth - and fewer than 1,100 people are estimated to have it worldwide. The drugs used to treat it are among the most expensive in the world with one prescription costing about $350,000 per year.
Wilson and Ross will be hosting "Dynamite: A Fundraiser for Keenan Cahill" during the game against the Florida Marlins on May 25.