With the amount of money that most celebrities make in a year, there's no denying that they could definitely afford to pay off a lot of our student loans and tuition. I dream of the day that Kylie Jenner PayPal's me $20,000 to take care of my schooling, although it'll probably never happen. Canadian Taylor Swift fan was gifted over $6,000 and the story is so sweet.\nBack in the day, a lot of of used to use the blogging site Tumblr, and it turns out the platform is still alive and well! Toronto based student, Ayesha Khurram took to the platform to vent about some struggles that many of us know all to well - student loans.\naugustayswaters | Tumblr\nKhurram runs a Taylor Swift fan-account on Tumblr, and when she's not posting about her love for the singer, she also uses it to vent to her online friends, as many fan accounts do. It turns out that Swift happened to see Khurram's heartbreaking post and decided to take action.\nView this post on Instagram i posted about struggling with paying for tuition. two hours later, i get this in my email. i have no words and i can’t stop crying. i don’t have words i don’t have words i don’t have words i can’t stop crying A post shared by ayesha (@ayeshakhurram) on Aug 12, 2019 at 6:23pm PDT\nAfter opening up about how both of her parents work minimum wage jobs and her mom is suffering from chronic kidney disease, Khurram explained that she and her family wouldn't be able to afford rent or tuition for the upcoming semester, even with student loans.\nThe Toronto student said that she didn't want to drop out of school, but felt as though she had no choice. Luckily, T Swift came to the rescue and surprised Khurram with an e-transfer of $6,386.47 and a message that read, "Ayesha, get your learn on girl. I love you! Taylor".\nView this post on Instagram Meredith, an intellectual A post shared by Taylor Swift (@taylorswift) on Jul 12, 2018 at 9:59am PDT\nThis isn't the first time that Swift has helped out struggling students with their financial woes. Back in 2015, the singer gifted $2,000 to another fan to help cover the cost of student loans.