Red Hot Chili Peppers’ bassist Flea shared a post on his official Twitter page about the country musician Dolly Parton‘s donation to research coronavirus vaccine and praised Parton by referring to her as an ‘awesome woman.’

Dolly Parton is an iconic artist who also is an actress, author, businesswoman, and humanitarian along with widely being known for her work in country music. Her career spans over five decades with her debut album in 1967, ‘Hello, I’m Dolly.’

Alongside her music career, it turned out that Dolly Parton donated $1 million to the research that resulted in Moderna’s coronavirus vaccine, which has proven to be nearly %95 effective in early testing. A pop music critic, Ed Masley broke the news and revealed Parton’s donation.

Here is what Masley said:

“Finding out that Dolly Parton donated $1 million to the research that resulted in Moderna’s coronavirus vaccine, which has proven to be nearly 95 percent effective in early testing, is so entirely on-brand for this saint of a musical icon. One more reason I will always love her.

Bassist Flea shared a post on his official Twitter page reacting to Dolly Parton’s donation and praising her by referring to her as a definitely awesome woman. Flea also stated that everyone should admire her and take their hats off to Dolly.

Here is what Flea said:

“Wow, hats off to Dolly. What an absolutely awesome woman.

You can see the Twitter post below.