Celebrities are all coming together on Instagram to get real comments as a show of support for the Puerto Ricans after the hurricanes Irma and Maria.
This is not being a good year for south American countries, who in this hurricane season, also got stroke by earthquakes. These catastrophes caused total devastation of islands like Saint Martin, Barbuda and Turkish Islands, but also continental zones like Puerto Rico. This country even got real Instagram comments as signs of support thanks to Jennifer Lopez, Ricky Martin and Marc Anthony.
After these disasters in Centro American countries, the governor Ricardo Roselló asked for humanitarian help for his state through the initiative “United for Puerto Rico”.
Immediately, Ricky Martin, who originally is from Puerto Rico, started to get involved in getting help for his country, posting photos with the goal of obtaining real Instagram comments of support which would help getting the page of the initiative around the world. After this, he travelled to his country to help and get more support with his photographs of this catastrophic place.
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It’s incredibly intense what Puerto Rico is going through at the moment. It will take a long time for my island to go back what it was. The governor of Puerto Rico Ricardo Rosselló said it will cost approximately 90 billion dollars to rebuild the island. We need more help. Thousands of families lost EVERYTHING …….but their smiles and love for life is intact. We are optimistic. Everything is going to be ok and my island will shine again. BUT WE NEED TO WORK……ALOT. #Allin4PR For donations link on BIO. 📸: @omarcruzphoto
Marc Anthony, together with Jennifer Lopez, started a campaign with the motto “We are one voice”, trying to get the most help possible through their followers on Instagram, getting a lot of reactions and real comments on Instagram and that motivated them to do a concert, together with other singers who support the cause, in Miami.
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PRESS RELEASE: Miami, FL- September 27, 2017 – Marc Anthony and Jennifer Lopez announce the creation of “SOMOS UNA VOZ” (We Are One Voice), a humanitarian relief initiative and alliance of some of the most relevant figures in the worlds of entertainment, sports and the arts. With over 1 billion social media followers to help raise awareness of, and donations for those in need, the “SOMOS UNA VOZ” alliance is working together to rush food, shelter, medicine, power and communications to those in need. Alliance members include ALEJANDRO FERNANDEZ, ALEJANDRO SANZ, ALEX RODRIGUEZ, ALEX SENSATION, BRUNO MARS, CAMILA, CHAYANNE, DADDY YANKEE, ED SHEERAN, EDWARD NORTON, ENRIQUE SANTOS, FAT JOE, FONSECA, GENTE DE ZONA, J BALVIN, JADA PINKETT SMITH, JESSE & JOY, JIMMY SMITS, JOHN LEGUIZAMO, JUAN LUIS GUERRA, KANY GARCIA, LIN MANUEL MIRANDA, LUIS FONSI, MALUMA, MAGIC!, MARIO DOMM, MOTIFF, NACHO, NARCISO RODRIGUEZ, NICKY JAM, PAUL SIMON, PITBULL, PRINCE ROYCE, RICKY MARTIN, ROMEO SANTOS, VIN DIESEL AND YANDEL To learn more and donate to the GoFundMe “SOMOS UNA VOZ” campaign, visit: somosunavoz.com Funds will be distributed among the following groups: American Red Cross, Reach Out Worldwide, United Way, United for #PuertoRico, with more beneficiaries to come. ABOUT SOMOS UNA VOZ: “SOMOS UNA VOZ” (We Are One Voice) is an alliance of artists working together to rush food, shelter, medicine, power, and communications to areas affected by recent natural disasters.
Jennifer Lopez has been encouraged to post a video on her Instagram account begging for support for all the Puerto Ricans with the hashtag “United ForPuertoRico”. Her emotional words got her 10.000 real Instagram comments supporting the cause.
These three celebrities are the best examples of how social media even can help us nowadays to obtain support from the resto f the world and help in cases of catastrophes. Of every social media that exists, Instagram has become a great tool to attract people thanks to the images, as they say a picture says more than a thousand words, and these get real comments on Instagram as support.