Celebrity News : The fire that struck early Wednesday in the Grenfell Tower and left a tragic interim balance of 30 fatalities and several injured, as well as dozens of families homeless, left in tears at the singer Rita Ora, who grew up In the same neighborhood of Notting Hill where the building is located.
This is why the British of Albanian origins did not hesitate to take to the streets immediately to show all their support to the tenants who were nears the building still on fire. Once there, the interpreter offered her help by delivering water, food, and clothing to those who lost everything because of the fire, while documenting everything in their social networks to encourage their followers to do the same.
” This is my neighbourhood I can’t believe this is happening. My prayers are with everybody involved my heart is beating so fast. I used to play in that block – I want to do all I can do to help” she texted on her Instagram account.
Rita Ora, an actress of Fast and Furious films 6 and 50 Shades of Gray, lamented the tragedy and also offered to collect medicines and food for the neighbors.
Singer Lily Allen and chef Jamie Oliver, among others, joined in supporting the victims of the fire.
Singer Lily Allen offered accommodation, transportation, and tea to the affected people, while Oliver handed out free meals and drinks. To any of the 100’s of families effected by this terrible fire at Grenfell Tower Notting hill today, you are all welcome to come hang out in my restaurant and be fed and watered by my Jamies Italian team.
“We are in the Westfield just around the corner.
“Food and drink free of charge so just go and speak to my manager Juan and we will sort you out and give you some love
“This is for victims of the fire our thoughts, love and prayers are with you all big love Jamie x x x x (sic).”, said the chef at Instagram, who has a restaurant in the neighborhood.
The interpreter of “Smile” criticized the response of the government and the media to the tragedy, so he used his Twitter account as an assistant.
“If anyone needs a bed or hot tea, send me a tuit and I’ll contact you again. #NorthKensington,” he posted on their social network.
Charities have also expressed solidarity with the victims, as well as other personalities, including Grammy winner Adele.