The comedian has given $25,000 toward the cause, and has filmed a video calling on Dwayne Johnson, Steve Harvey, Chris Rock, Dave Chappelle, Jay-Z, Beyonce, Justin Timberlake and Jerry Seinfeld to match his donation.
Kevin Hart and Chris Young have announced their plans to donate money to Hurricane Harvey relief efforts as they ask others to help pledge their support as well. I think that people are in bad shape and they need help.
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Kevin then revealed his plan to set a challenge for his celebrity friends, adding: 'At this point I'm gong to start a real challenge. "Prayers go out to Houston". "The Man I Want to Be" singer posted an emotional YouTube video about his certainty that his Texas home was destroyed and concern for his friends and family in the state. Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner thanked Hart during a Monday morning news conference for raising awareness about giving. Drake, meanwhile, wrote on Instagram that he is "working with local relief groups" to aid a city close to his heart. Houston, the fourth largest city in the US, was among the worst hit areas with untold homes and businesses damaged or destroyed across the state.
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I fully understand the point of Otmar because how many points have we lost today because of that?" If they can't do it in a manner which is good for the team, then they won't be racing anymore.
At least six people have been killed by Hurricane Harvey. "We're praying for your safety in the days to come and we stand with you as you rebuild because we're all in this together". Corpus Christi, where Harvey first made landfall, saw upward of 20 inches of rain in two days.
USA theatre cancels Gone With the Wind screening due to 'insensitivity'
The most popular Hollywood classic film " Gone with the Wind " has been cancelled from being screened at a cinema hall in Memphis. The theater said in a statement that normally they select movie titles for the summer movie series in the spring.