Megan Morant shows her inner self and kindness as she decides to donate her kidney to one of her former associate’s wife.
There aren’t many people around who are brave enough to donate their organs to someone in need. It takes huge guts and determination to become a donor and Megan Morant has shown that. Megan has what it takes to be a donor as she will be donating her Kidney to one of her known.
Megan took it to her Instagram revealing that she will be donating her Kidney tomorrow to her Previous Boss’ Wife. In a heartfelt message, Morant described how one of his friends needed a Kidney last year but she was unable to help. Since then she made her aim to save someone’s life by donating a Kidney.
‘Back in November I learned that my friend needed a kidney. A few blood tests later, and I got a call that Kirsh and I were not a match. Instantly, I felt very sad. I wanted to help, but couldn’t. So I made a promise to myself: if the opportunity to donate a kidney ever comes up again in my life, I’ll do it.’
Megan further stated that after some time, her previous Boss’ wife was dealing with Kidney Failure. After five months of testing, the blood type still wasn’t the same. But this time Megan didn’t give up and through the National Kidney Registry’s joint donor program, Megan will donate her kidney. In return, her friend will get a kidney to save her life.
‘While Margrette and I also are not a blood type match, through the National Kidney Registry’s joint donor program, I will advance donate tomorrow and in return, Margrette will get a kidney to save her life.’
Megan further described how good it feels to be a donor and she is a little nervous about the surgery. Morant signed with WWE back in 2021 and currently is the co-host of Raw Talk and SmackDown Lowdown.
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