Rihanna might be known as BadGalRiri, but this bad girl has a very soft heart. She feels the pain of other human beings. Recently, she showed her support to the victims of Hurrican Dorian that has hit the Bahamas. Singer sent her love to those who are still on the scruffy islands.
Rihanna took an oath to find the best possible ways through which she can provide aid to the Dorian victims. She announced her nonprofit Clara foundation is figuring out the best solution.
In the wake of this deadly storm, she tweeted a few tweet.
Her first tweet was, “It truly breaks my heart to see the complete devastation that #HurricaneDorian is having on the Bahamas!”
Other music stars are also taking this matter to social media. They are sending their love to the victims of the Bahamas storm.
Cardi B revealed her love for the people who are suffering in this deadly hurricane, by posting the Bahamas flag on her Instagram story.
Pharrell tweeted, “We’re praying for our beautiful Bahaman brothers and sisters, their culture, their land which is all still being hit by #HurricaneDorian .
And also for God’s speed toward rescues, supplies, and recovery.”
You can check the response of other music stars on their Instagram and Twitter official pages.
On Sunday, category 5 Hurricane Dorian hit the Bahamas with sustained winds of 185 mph and 220 mph gusts, according to report of NPR. Although the storm has been downgraded to category 2 yet experts are saying that slowing down the hurricane is not a good idea .If they do it, then it might have worsen the whole situation causing more damage and destruction.
You can see photos and videos of Dorian to know the extent of the destruction. Flood water has been immersing large building and houses; even it ripped off the roof of many homes. This is really bad. The prime minister Hubert Minis of the Bahamas, they are encountering at-least five flood-related since the time Dorian hit the Bahamas.
. “We are in the midst of a historic tragedy. Our focus is on search, rescue, and recovery. I ask for your prayers for those in affected areas and our first responders […] Many homes, businesses and other buildings have been completed or partially destroyed,” he said.
This deadly storm is now moving toward the southeast U.S.coast. Given the dangerous circumstance, coast-adjacent areas of Florida, Georgia and South Carolina are on the high-alert and also evacuated as a safety measure.