- Gianna Floyd was made a Disney shareholder thanks to a gift package from singer and actress Barbra Streisand
- The 6-year-old shared her delight with many on social media displaying her new certificates and other gifts from the singer
- Gianna's Instagram account has already gained close to 60,000 followers in just a few days
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Gianna Floyd, daughter of recently killed black American man George Floyd, has been made a Disney shareholder thanks to a gift package from singer and actress Barbra Streisand.
The 6-year-old shared her delight with many on social media on Saturday, June 14, posting a series of smiling photos.
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Gianna thanked the 78-year-old singer for giving her stocks in the entertainment company.
"Thank You @barbrastreisand for my package, I am now a Disney Stockholder thanks to you," Gianna wrote.
In the Instagram post, the little one paused proudly with the certificate and also showed two of Barbra's famous albums that she also got as a gift.
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A representative of Barbra confirmed the gifts had been sent to Gianna which included footage of her acting when she was a kid while singing children songs, according to CNN.
Gianna's Instagram account, which has only lasted a few days, has gained close to 60,000 followers with her following 29 people that have inspired and helped her during the difficult times.
TUKO.co.ke recently told of a video shared widely in which Gianna said her father had changed the world.
The little one sitting on former NBA star Stephen Jackson shoulders, a friend of the late Floyd, proudly smiled and shouted: "Daddy changed the world."
This touched many who shared their messages of encouragement promising to make the world a better place for her in the future.
Gianna was holding the former NBA star as they walked in the streets of Minneapolis after a short presser where her mother, Roxie Washington, spoke out for the first time regarding the death of Floyd.
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