Lady Gaga is making herself a part of the growing list of celebrities who have donated large sums of money for victims of natural disasters. The 31-year-old superstar used her Twitter account on Saturday night to announce she would donate to help the survivors of Hurricane Harvey, Irma, José, Maria, and victims of the earthquake in Mexico City.
In her post, she wrote, “while praying every day, I’m also donating $1 million to relief efforts for Hurricane Harvey, Irma, José, and the Mexico City Earthquake.”
While praying every day, I'm also donating $1Mil to relief efforts for Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, José, Maria and the Mexico City earthquake 🙏
— xoxo, Gaga (@ladygaga) October 1, 2017
Lady Gaga’s fans, or “little monsters,” as she loves to call them, showered her in adulation for making the generous donation straight from her pocket. One person wrote she was the “queen of charity” and a “generosity angel.”
2017 proved to be a disastrous year for natural calamities with hurricanes tearing through the Carribean islands as well as Houston, Texas. After the devastation, the governor of Texas claimed the bill would be billions of dollars and the federal branch informed them that they wouldn’t be able to foot the entirety of the cost.
As for Germanotta’s disorder, CI readers will remember that Lady Gaga recently announced she was slowly recovering from her illness, fibromyalgia – a disease characterized by intense pain and hypersensitivity to pressure.
The Mayo Clinic, more specifically, claims the disorder creates symptoms like “widespread musculoskeletal pain as well as fatigue, sleep, as well as memory and mood issues.”
Just a few days ago, even Beyoncé came out to show love by sending Lady Gaga a custom-made sweatshirt. The “Poker Face” singer – AKA Stefani Germanotta – updated her health status while retweeting an article that claimed she was the pioneer of “online fandom culture,” when the author was referring to her “little monsters.”