Stars take to social media during #GlendaPH

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Stars take to social media during #GlendaPH
Artists such as Jessie J, Anne Curtis, Angel Locsin, and Kris Aquino took to their social media accounts to post prayers and precautions during #GlendaPH
POSITIVE MESSAGE. Singer Jessie J (seen here in a photo she posted on a separate occasion in Instagram) sent this message to her followers on Twitter and Instagram. Screengrab from Instagram

MANILA, Philippines – While the Philippines faced Typhoon Glenda (international name Rammasun), some celebrities took to their social media accounts to monitor the storm.  

The social media posts ranged from updates on power outage, to safety reminders, to prayers offered for recovery after the storm. Others simply asked fans to be cautious and keep safe, while others shared photos of what the damage looked like near their location.

Singer Jessie J, who recently performed for the Manila audience on July 14, posted a positive message for her Filipino fans. 

YouTube star Bogart the Explorer posted a reminder about using hash tags responsibly, while Anne Curtis posted a list of hashtags posted by Rappler as a reminder for those who might want to use them.

Actress Angel Locsin took a video of the situation on the streets, while TV host Kris Aquino posted a photo of prayer for the country. 

Below is a quick look at what they posted:

Jessie J

“My prayers and thoughts are with everyone in Manila right now! I pray the storm passes quickly and no more people are hurt.”

Angel Locsin 

 

“As of 8:15am. kumalma na si #glenda ngayon 🙂 kawawa naman yung mga nasa labas..” she wrote

Anne Curtis

“Hashtags to remember to stay updated or give reports from @rappler

Kris Aquino

“I was looking for a prayer to share with all & came across this painting HEAL OUR LAND by Joey Velasco. God bless the Philippines. God bless & protect us all. Good Night.”

Xian Lim 

Kuya Kim Atienza

  

“Our malate garden 9:00 am #glenda_ph #rammasun”

Mikey Bustos

Dingdong Dantes

“Nope, this ain’t an evacuation tent, nor a refugee station. This is what we call a “standby area” for performers in our industry. Yes, as gloomy and dangerous as it seems, we are still committed to work, to be able to provide our audience with the expected exciting weeknight contents. Hoping for quick recovery to those who were affected by #glendaPH . Carry on! #AngDalawangMrsReal”

Jamich

Ruffa Gutierrez

“Typhoon #GlendaPH has arrived! This was taken a few hours ago. Now it’s 5x worse! Please stay indoors & be safe, Philippines! PRAY.”

Divine Lee

Ramon Bautista

 

Bogart the Explorer


Vice Ganda

For more on typhoon Glenda, click here for weather updates, and click here to view Rappler’s #GlendaPH coverage. If you’d like to help, click here

– Rappler.com

 

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