American singer Lady Gaga has sent a condolence message for support to Japan on the 10th anniversary of the great Earthquake and Tsunami. Saying that the resilience of people gave hope for the global fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
“Over the years, as I have seen and heard about the extraordinary recovery of your beautiful cities. I have great respect for the Japanese people for their strength, kindness and love for each other. The American celebrity said in a video posted on her Twitter account.
“There are so many people all over the world who are still fighting the Covid-19 pandemic.”
The 9.0 earthquake – one of the strongest in history – and a tsunami struck northeastern Japan on March 11, 2011. Killing nearly 20,000 people, destroying cities and causing a nuclear disaster in Fukushima, the world’s worst nuclear disaster since Chernobyl.
“Apparently I’ve seen footage of the devastating and most powerful earthquake and tsunami shocks on the news yesterday and was wondering what I could do,” said Lady Gaga.
Following the incident, the singer donated $ 1.5 million for the song to the charity album “Songs for Japan” to offset the sales of wrists on her website. She also participated in a charity for the Japanese Red Cross.
“I can also imagine that there are still many people who are struggling emotionally and mentally with pain. So let’s continue to support each other, be kind and love each other,” said Lady Gaga. She is light pink in the video, singing in a circle, and her hair was tied in purple.