And they deserve it!
Wyclef Jean took three young amputees on shopping sprees of $1,000 each after flying them to the US.
As they arrived in New York, 17-year-olds Margarette Pierre and Chantal Mori each lost an arm, while 8-year-old Farah Maurice, had her leg amputated.
On Tuesday, Wyclelf took them to Kmart to pick out whatever they would like.
"When you come from a country where you make $1 a day, giving them $1,000 is like giving them $10,000," said Jean. "They need to know there are people like them and they're normal. Today they're not thinking, 'I don't have a leg.' They're just being kids and they're happy."
The trip for the children were sponsored by Wyclef's charity Yele Haiti and the Global Medical Relief Fund. The girls will head to Philadelphia in June to undergo complimentary treatment for their prosthetic limbs at Shriners Hospitals for Children.
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