Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Beyoncé, Justin Bieber, Lady GaGa and others mobilize against hunger in Africa! (Video)

Madonna, Robbie Williams, Beyonce, Jennifer Lopez, Elton John and U2 are just some of the celebrities who have rallied yesterday for a charity campaign to help the people of the Horn of Africa (Somalia , Ethiopia, Kenya), victims of a terrible famine caused, among other things, a major drought. The stars have encouraged their fans through social networks Facebook and Twitter to support the Somali people living in a period of great desolation.

As such, they are combined with the NGO "Save the Children" to raise money to offset the effects of the food crisis besetting the region. Hundreds of celebrities have joined this noble project including major sports like football players David Beckham, Cristiano Ronaldo, the racing driver Lewis Hamilton or the boxer Muhammad Ali, but also young stars and legends from the world of music like Justin Bieber, Eminem, Rihanna, Sting, Britney Spears, or the queen of pop Madonna.

All these stars have posted on their Facebook page or Twitter a video on the prevailing famine in the Horn of Africa by calling on their followers and fans to circulate the video directed by Kevin MacDonald, entitled "I'm gonna be your friend "(" I'll be your friend ") in honor of one of the refrains of the song" High tide or low tide "sung by the famous Bob Marley.

The song was specially chosen by the family of Bob Marley for his message in full agreement with the humanitarian campaign led by the NGO which is based on the exchange through social networks "no child shall be deprived of water or food, no child should suffer, "said the widow of the late singer, Rita Marley, adding" we must put a stop to this famine, bringing food to children and save lives.

" This Tuesday, August 9, a short documentary, the most poignant, was unveiled to a global audience of over 100 million people to show the most alarming situation of millions of adults and children playing in East Africa! Get involved in African children, particularly vulnerable to malnutrition, there are no small donations, every little bit helps! No doubt that our dear people got their hands in their pockets and do not confine themselves to appeal to the generosity of their fans by releasing this video, which demonstrates the unbearable, their respective profiles ...

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