The Colombian artist sang to young cancer patients in her native country at the Fundación Hospital de La Misericordia.
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Karol G's heart of gold continues to radiate love and kindness towards others. The bichota, who has previously performed at women's jails, paid a visit to a pediatric hospital in Bogotá, Colombia, where she sang for young cancer patients.

In a video shared on May 22, the Medellín native was spotted at the Fundación Hospital de La Misericordia, where she performed in front of a large group of children, their parents and hospital staff.

"If with my presence I can make someone happy, I will also be very happy," she told Colombia's Channel 1. "These events are great for us and for them, that's why it's important to give back the love they give us every day."

In the clip, the Grammy Award winner shares the mic with a little girl as they both sing along to her chart-topping tune "El makinon." She also sang "Tusa" to a child in a wheelchair who could not sing along but reached her hand toward the Billboard Rule Breaker honoree.

The singer also went around the room greeting and hugging children while her blue hair cascaded down her back. For this occasion, she ditched her typically sexier ensembles for black joggers, a black hoodie and sneakers.

"Karol G went to give a mini-concert at the HOMI foundation in Bogotá where they treat pediatric cancer," a fan tweeted while sharing the video. "From my part, this woman will always have my admiration and respect."

Other fans shared their admiration, calling the singer "humble" and saying she was "beautiful inside and out."

Earlier this year, the "Mamiii" vocalist visited Bogota's El Buen Pastor Prison where she performed for female inmates, giving them an opportunity to break away from their current reality.

"Yesterday was a day we won't forget," the organization captioned the post, where the reggaeton singer is seen among inmates. "Thank you, Karol G for gifting us this moment filled with music, generosity, empathy, and solidarity with women who've lost their freedom and are incarcerated in Buen Pastor prison in Bogota. Thank you for being a believer in second chances."

Keep up the wonderful work, bichota!