California Fires Leave Miley Cyrus And Other Celebrities Homeless. Will They Move To Canada Now!


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People who live in flood plains, tornado alley, and hurricane zones know all too well the dangers and chances of losing their homes to natural disaster. Simply due to location, it’s bound to happen sooner or later.

The snowflakes of Malibu and other Hollywood hangouts in California are learning this the hard way as their state’s failure in clearing out wildfire fuel, dead trees, and brush, is now having a catastrophic effect on their habitat, never mind those in the wildlife that the bans on such common sense forest management destroy eventually.

Houses, big, very expensive houses, in California are burning to the ground including those of a number of celebrities.

Gerard Butler had the house completely destroyed after the forest fire that began on Thursday (8) in California. Thousands of people had to evacuate their homes last week and the actor was among them. Upon returning, he found the residence completely destroyed and shared the images on social networks.

“I returned to my home in Malibu after the evacuation. Painful moment in all of California. Inspired as always by the courage, spirit and sacrifice of firefighters, “wrote the actor, who thanked the professionals of the corporation. “If you can, support these brave men and women,” Butler wrote, sharing the page for donations to firefighters.

Miley Cyrus also suffered from the burning distress. In her social network, the singer wrote that her house does not exist anymore.

“Completely devastated by the fire that hit my community. I’m one of the lucky ones. My animals and the love of my life have come unharmed and that’s all that matters at the moment. My house no longer exists, but the memories shared with my family and friends hold steady. I am grateful for all that I have, “wrote Cyrus.

Oops. Well, these people actually have the money to rebuild if they sincerely want to live in those locations.

Unfortunately, not everyone else can. And the wildlife…those that survive will move on.

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