- Beyoncé has opened her heart and wallet to lend a helping had to the victims of the Texas winter storm
- Beyoncé has teamed up with Adidas and Bread of Life Inc to donate $1 000 (around R14 000) to individuals financially affected by the storm
- Social media users have praised the US singer for looking out for her fellow Texans
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Beyoncé has lent her support to the victims of the fatal Texas winter storm. The US songstress announced on Friday, 19 February that her BeyGood Foundation has teamed up with Adidas and Bread of Life to assist those affected by the storm.
They are giving up to $1 000 to people who have been affected financially due to the storm, which has left Beyoncé's fellow Texans without food, power or water.
CBS News reports that the winter storm has claimed the lives of at least 34 people, 20 of whom are Texans.
Twitter users have shared mixed reactions to the Beyoncé's good deed. Check out some of their comments below:
"Did I just read that Beyoncé is offering urgent relief to everyone affected by the winter storm in Texas and any other state? WOW! The government is down bad."
"You will continue to be blessed for your good deeds. Thank you for caring, about the well-being of people, especially during a crisis."
"Beyoncé’s clearly the president at this point."
"Always come through for Texans. @tedcruz you should be embarrassed. Please resign."
"This is what it's all about, when you are rich and can help others get through the tough times."
"It must be so empowering to be able to help on that level. Beautiful and kind."
"That’s nice of her."
In other entertainment news, YEN.com.gh reported that US rapper Kendrick Lamar's album titled DAMN has been charting on Billboard for a whopping 200 weeks. The 14-track album has been charting since it was released on 14 April, 2017.
The dope project features other superstars such as Rihanna, Zacari and Irish rock band U2. Kendrick is considered as one of the best lyricists and is known across the globe for making timeless music that addresses social issues.
Chart Data took to Twitter recently and posted that the album has now spent 200 weeks on the Billboard 200.
Hip-hop followers from across the globe have shared their thoughts on the success of the rapper's fourth studio album. A fan @MONOMAOUTSOLD commented:
"Best rap album of 2017 for a reason."
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