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Celebrities of all color and stripes are pledging their support to those affected by Hurricane Harvey, which dumped upwards of 50 inches of rainfall in southeast Texas.

Hordes of celebrities have stepped up on social media to pledge their support for the hurricane relief efforts, including Beyonce Knowles and rapper Tip "T.I." Harris, who pledged $25,000.

In a video uploaded to his Instagram page on Monday, Harris, 36, pledged to meet comedian Kevin Hart's challenge to match his $25,000 donation.

T.I. said he was not donating his money directly to the American Red Cross or FEMA, which was criticized for its slow response to Hurricane Katrina 12 years ago.

Judging from his past history, the father-of-7 will probably travel to Houston to personally hand his money directly to the families who are affected.

Multi-millionaire Beyonce, who is a native of Houston, Texas, pledged at least $1 million in support for Harvey victims. She is telling fans she's in "constant prayer" for her people.

"My heart goes out to my hometown, Houston, and I remain in constant prayer for those affected and for the rescuers who have been so brave and determined to do so much to help," she said in a statement issued to the Houston Chronicle.

"I am working closely with my team at BeyGOOD as well as my pastor (Rudy Rasmus at St. John's in Houston) to implement a plan to help as many as we can."

BeyGOOD is a charity umbrella for all Beyonce's philanthropic pursuits worldwide, launched in 2013 for the Mrs. Carter World Tour.

Singer Chris Brown pledged $100,000 in cash to Houston in response to Hart's challenge.

"We need to come together. I'm donating $100,000," Chris said in a video on Twitter. "It's for everybody out there in Texas for the relief in everything. So, I accept the challenge, man, and I implore and encourage everybody else who can change and make a change for this to please donate and help out."

Mother-of-three Beyonce also shared a black and white picture tribute to Texas on Instagram, writing on it: "Texas you are in my prayers". The image has been liked more than one million times in just 24 hours.

More than 30,000 people have been forced to leave their homes due to serious flooding caused by the wind and rain of the devastating Harvey, according to WENN.com.


?? AND IM SKEPTICAL ABOUT RED CROSS SO MY DONATION WILL GO TO THE PEOPLE!

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  • thrift.store.jungle

    this is such a tragic event. my heart goes out to those impacted. it's great to see people coming together to offer support.

  • Jygalo

    Houston is really coming together right now. We need prayers. Some cities still going through it. Rain still hasn't stopped! More in the forecast.
    Hope this money makes it to those who truly need it.

  • You Could Never

    God bless yall.

  • CrunchyBlack1

    When private citizen are more vocal, passionate, and are taking up financial responsibility...It pretty much means that your government has failed you, and doesn't have your best interest.

  • Peter Piper ATL

    T.I. should make sure he posts a copy of that canceled check because I'm prone to believe his contribution will be much smaller than he's suggesting. It always is.

    He's not very good at giving back economically. Just like Jeezy, he prefers to just hand out turkeys--and cars and homes that other, charitable organizations have paid for.

  • Guess Who

    For real?

  • http://batman-news.com Roderick2011

    PPA: T.I. should make sure he posts a copy of that canceled check because I'm prone to believe his contribution will be much smaller than he's suggesting.

    Boy you can bring shade to a thunderstorm.

    You have no idea how hard it is to not bust out laughing in front of my white coworkers.

    All I can do is bite my bottom lip and hold it in until after I get home.

  • http://batman-news.com Roderick2011

    I just think that celebrities are giving a larger platform and the media covers them more so than government officials.

  • Canary Red™
  • You Could Never

    He pledged $25,000.

    I actually dont care if he only gives a fraction of this. If he wants to give $10k or even $5k that is alright with me. Its more than I personally can give.

    Show of hands...who cares if Tip only gives a fraction of his 25k????

  • hotntot95

    I've sent cases of water to Flint...
    But I'm not a millionaire either...
    People do what they can and I might add they don't have to do anything...
    ...the nerve u have...worry about yourself dude...what about your cancelled checks?....

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    T.I. donated thousands of dollars to Sandrarose.com readers back in the glory days. I'm guessing money is tight now because of the economy and poor record sales.

  • Ni Ni

    A challenge didn't need to be issued by Kevin. Celebrities always donated in time of crisis from what I've seen. I think donating directly to individuals rather than organizations is better.

  • Malai

    I remember when Katrina happened, so many people were frauding the system.. people got paid and housing and never actually stepped foot in Louisiana a day in their life smh.. my mom told me about all the people that were in her job getting housing that weren't even victims and unfortunately, there was no way to track it. I'm happy to see the celebs helping out. I would stir clear of donating to Red Cross tho

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    I would love to see celebrities go to Houston and hand out cash money to those affected. That is the epitome of "giving back" to the people who made you rich.

  • BacktolurkingIgo

    I want to donate where I know they'll get it. Haiti taught me a lesson.

  • RealGzOnly

    Something is better then nothing u miserable jackass...maybe u can help contribute a bigger check if not. Shut up!

  • CrunchyBlack1

    I'm just saying the response is always lacking. Even after katrina, it seems no-one worked on tightening infrastructure and better coordinating between all levels of government including national and coast guards.

  • Wreckognize Game

    That is true. I had crackhead family members that moved to Houston from New Orleans way before Katrina but never changed their licenses. They went got free stuff when they didn't even have anywhere to put it. Then the other crackhead got stuff in his name and his brother name who is mentally retarded. I was so sick of them.

  • KcoolMuziq

    Chris's donation seems VERY genuine. T.I. is perfectly right about American Cross. Make sure the people REALLY get it this time.

    Beyonce even tho she's from Houston(publicity stunt)

  • MythCalledLove

    I hope this money is used correctly. I've never been a fan of The Red Cross. I know they do great work. However organizations like this receive lots of money they run them like any other big corporation. People with big salaries what are they going to do? How are the people that really need help rebuilding get the resources they need? I think the money should be given to the local leaders who are able to assist those that need help. I just know people, organizations, etc are donating alot of money and I have always wondered who gets the money and what do they do with it.. We here The Red Cross and folks will dig in their purse to donate, write checks but do we ever stop to think where the hell is all this money going.

  • nick c

    They stole a lot 9/11 money too that's when I knew red cross and united way couldn't be trusted.

  • nick c

    I do not donate to red cross after they hoarded all that cash from 9/11. You have to find independent ones with a good track record.

  • AQUEEN

    ??????

  • Ni Ni

    Yeah, that would be great. I think usher did something like that a few storms ago. I think he even helped do some cleaning up too.

  • interestingconcept1

    this pic of Beyonce...Did she birth Sasha Fierce?..corny arse.

  • BacktolurkingIgo

    Just did my donation I just pray they recievith what I sent.

  • Lorenzo Chaps

    So horrible. I wonder how long it'll be before gas prices increase.

    So I'm at my desk thinking; if none of these homeowners have flood insurance, they have to hope FEMA and other agencies will replace their homes? A regular homeowner's policy doesn't cover this type flood (where water came from outside and into the home).

  • http://sandrarose.com SandraRose

    Right about Beyonce. Back in the day, the Christmas after T.I. had his first big hit, he went to Toys R Us and packed a truck with toys and bicycles and drove to the hood. He did that every Christmas.

  • primadutch

    Kevin needs to focus on the "Keeping you peen in your pants while you're Married" challenge...Oh, wait...

  • You Could Never

    Ours increased the other night. Sunday into yesterday morning. Im in NC and we are on the major Colonial Pipeline. Went up almost 15 cents overnight. *sads*

  • You Could Never

    Bloop

  • Renee26

    Right...we have a local food bank that's sending rucks of food and supplies down there. I gave to then because I know the people will get the items

  • Renee26

    I think they are all genuine in their giving...Bey isn't stunting

  • Renee26

    Sad

  • You Could Never

    I dont even like Jay-Z's stabber ass. But he is a giver and so is his wife.

    "The 10 Not-So-Publicized Times Jay Z and Beyonce Gave Back"

    http://www.essence.com/galleries/10-not-so-publicized-times-jay-z-and-beyonce-gave-back#680121

  • Jen_no_juice

    My heart goes out to folks out here and I'm angry.... I'm blessed that the worse I've experience from Harvey is no power for a few hours, but for folks like my best friend my heart breaks. She JUST finished repairing her house from lots of rain last year and now has to do it again, and they just passed a law making it harder to file insurance claims starting 9/1.... But I'm also angry at these folks that are robbing and attacking people that came in town to help rescue folks. No there are less people to help because folks are afraid smh.

    But Red Cross ain't shit. I learned that from Katrina. Glad the celebrities are pitching in especially since Trump has cut disaster funding

  • Jen_no_juice

    Wow smh. At least he's helping folks in need and encouraging folks to do so as well

  • You Could Never

    I'm also angry at these folks that are robbing and attacking people that came in town to help rescue folks. <<< I read that they were SHOOTING at rescuers if they werent picked up.

    Yall hang in and prayers man.

  • KarmaBackAround

    The generosity and togetherness is awesome..especially since 45 is jus now makin his way there smh

  • You Could Never

    To hear white folks tell it on social media, when Katrina hit the then President, President Obama was playing golf and was non-responsive. Never mind that he wasnt even ELECTED yet. Smdh.

  • Jen_no_juice

    Yes. That's crazy to me. But the major has said those harming any rescuer will be prosecuted to the max. Probation and fine are off the table

  • Jen_no_juice

    Sad that Obama gets blamed for everything. I remember Bush doing his publicity stunt as he flew over New Orleans. Didn't even touch down. But that's Obama's fault lol

  • SouthernGirlAZWorld

    Blessings to you!

  • You Could Never

    I was like how in the HELL can ANYONE forget Kanye uttering the words of "George Bush doesnt care about black people?" That was done at a KATRINA fundraiser. About his lack of response as the President. Smdh. But okay. Obama was President and was playing golf that day. Smdh.

  • SouthernGirlAZWorld

    Yes kudos for that. His personal life has nothing to do with him donating...it's a great thing.

  • sunni_daze

    Where does all this money go? Because the effects of Katrina where horrible and all that money did not go to those who needed it.

  • SouthernGirlAZWorld

    I've been hearing from family members that it already has increased...goodness!

  • sunni_daze

    THey already have I saw a picture it said 8.76 per gallon and they wanted 19.99 for 24 case of water.l

  • Lorenzo Chaps

    Sweetie, George Bush (son) was in office when Katrina hit. Obama didn't get in office until 2008. Remember when Kanye said "George BUsh doesn't like black people???" It was during Katrina when/why he said it.

    Ohhh, I see.

  • Darkandlovely617?

    ?
    Ummm...

  • Wreckognize Game

    Good because that is ridiculous. God's Blessings to you!

  • KarmaBackAround

    Ain't nobody thinkin bout them folk..they find any excuse and point any finger for their President

  • Darkandlovely617?

    ???
    Cause I was like ??????

  • Miss Thang

    No. Nothing improved after Katrina. We built more bombs to drop on more brown people in the Middle East, but we have not invested in our own infrastructure.

  • Miss Thang

    Red Cross saved my family during Hurricane Andrew in 1992.

  • Miss Thang

    I don't know what happened during Katrina, but the Red Cross was awesome during Hurricane Andrew in Florida in 1992. They're the only organization I remember delivering hot meals and setting up places to get toiletries.

  • Wreckognize Game

    I got crackheads and schemers on both sides of the family. When we had flooding here in August 2016 a cousin I would only see at funerals was blowing my phone up. His daddy called and said that's my son calling you from that unknown number. He was asking about you. I called him back he was asking me to hook him up with people who houses he can fix. I said oh, you wasn't checking to see if I was breathing? I don't know nobody out here. I hung up on him.

  • You Could Never

    Brawhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhaaaaa

  • TheOwley

    Remember a few years ago when Red Cross would collect millions for all sorts of world disasters with each amounts received outdoing the previous disaster. It does not happen anymore. Many Rescue organizations take off too much a for administrative fees. Who do you sent the money to and ensure it goes towards food, clothing, shelter, and other basic essentials for THIS disaster. For those that want to send funds, here are some orgs. Avoid scammers.

    https://www.vox.com/science-and-health/2017/8/27/16211642/hurricane-harvey-donations-charities-disaster-relief

  • http://www.missjhaneuniverse.com Monday

    I'll let the richest give their percentage of earnings (or tip money) the last quarter of the year for tax return....
    We all know what Red Cross did with money they received from New Orleans and Haiti ( just to give some example).

    What happened with the Flint Money donations??

    Oh ok ?

  • Jen_no_juice

    Nice to know they actually do help folks. Wonder how they pick and choose who to help

  • https://twitter.com/Chicagowise Chicagowise

    When hurricane Katrina struck, I was living in California. I was friends with some of the bigwigs at an insurance company that provided free medical services to evacuees.

    I asked one of the nurses working directly with the evacuees to identify one or two elderly people that I could sponsor. Ultimately, I provided food, shelter, clothes, and cell phones for four senior citizens. They lived in one of my homes until they secured permanent housing.

    One of the evacuees was called Ms. Antoinette. She was a regal black woman with beautiful brown skin and big youthful eyes that defied her true age: 80. I think we became close because she spoke French and reminded me of the women on my mother's side of my family.

    There are a lot of great organizations out there, but I prefer to be more hands-on when it comes to helping someone in need. I need to know my efforts are actually benefiting the intended recipient.

  • what?why

    This is dear to Beyonce's heart - she will be very generous thru her Church.

  • Glitter Cupcakes

    Native of Houston, TX (3rd Ward) with family there, most of which are fortunate enough to have two-story homes where they are safe and dry above the downstairs water. The media is usually very dramatic, but I'll tell ya'll (as we say), it's far worse than most can imagine. I don't live there and just visited prior to this unexpected storm.

    I know we come together here to spill and sip tea, but I ask those of you who pray (as opposed to prey) to add yours to ours to effect a miracle.

    Thanks, sincerely.

  • Lorenzo Chaps

    BLANK STARE. SMH

  • cherrypie

    Right!! I was just thinking that although I have mixed feelings. I had a house fire on Valentine's Day 2016 and we lost EVERYTHING but the Red Cross was there to assist us and it was much appreciated however on a larger natural disaster scale ... they get the side eye. I remember Haiti also smh

  • cherrypie

    I just read this on FB and was like ....now wait a minute! Lol Idiots!!

  • NIA

    Good directly to the PEOPLE ...

  • NIA

    That YAWN needs to take that awful dress and go to HOUSTON!.

  • ………

    All this money and nobody will get help bc it's not direct..... we will hear the cries in the aftermath.... epitome -Katrina. #Prayers #hedontgiveusmorethanwecanbare

  • sunni_daze

    Thats exactly what I had. A blank stare

  • Jygalo

    Not the case here. Phenomenal efforts. Unprecedented levels of rainfall and there were some casualties but nothing remotely like Katrina.

  • starbright9449

    And what are you doing for the people of Houston, helping I hope.

  • starbright9449

    Meanwhile Beyonce been giving millions for years while you're online talking crap. People who give from the heart don't publicize every single thing they do, that's why news of the good she's done years ago just came to light earlier this year. I hope you're doing your part for those people in need.

  • Mrs. ??????????
  • http://batman-news.com Roderick2011

    SR: I would love to see celebrities go to Houston and hand out cash money to those affected.
    But what are they going to buy with said cash?

  • Glitter Cupcakes

    I have my Mom on the phone, who is in Houston. I just told her about your comment. We both laughed almost to tears, as we carried on within your thread/line of thinking via your comment. There's a special place in paradise for folks that are clever and witty with their humor. Thanks for the laugh, it paused our tears... the sad ones, that is. Lol... ??????

  • Mo Mobetta
  • dontgetblocked

    TI spends more than $25,000 up in the strip clubs.

  • Allihave2say

    Chris Brown & JJ Watt each donated $100,000 to Houston for Hurricane Harvey. Beyonce sent us her prayers. Money is good but a portion always ends up in the hands of administrators and they decide how to spend it. Please ship to Houston, diapers, baby clothes, formula, diaper wipes, clothes for large and tall people, shoes, blankets, socks, water, canned goods, towels, soap toothpaste, tooth brushes etc. People need pens and paper to write notes for agencies they have to work with.

    City Hall of Houston , 901 Bagby, Houston, TX 77002
    George R Brown Convention Center, 1001 Avenida De Las Americas, Houston, TX 77010
    Berry Center, 8877 Barker Cypress Rd, Cypress, TX 77433
    MET, 13000 Jones Rd, Houston, TX 77070

    Prayers bring optimism but donations bring progress and healing.

    Thank you America for all the love and support. ? ? ?

  • Allihave2say

    I'm here. It's very bad. The freeways are flooded above and below. Movement is only by water rescue equipment.

  • Allihave2say

    Please y'all send items that can't be easily put in pockets, clothes, food, diapers, shoes, dog food, towels etc. The bigwigs take a huge chunk of donations for the executives and service expenses.

  • Allihave2say

    Chris Brown & JJ Watt each donated $100,000 to Houston for Hurricane Harvey. Beyonce sent us her prayers. Money is good but a portion always ends up in the hands of administrators and they decide how to spend it. Please ship to Houston, diapers, baby clothes, formula, diaper wipes, clothes for large and tall people, shoes, blankets, socks, water, canned goods, towels, soap toothpaste, tooth brushes etc. People need pens and paper to write notes for agencies they have to work with.

    City Hall of Houston , 901 Bagby, 77002

    George R Brown Convention Center, 1001 Avenida De Las Americas, Houston, TX 77010

    Berry Center, 8877 Barker Cypress Rd, Cypress, TX 77433

    MET, 13000 Jones Rd, Houston, TX 77070

    Prayers bring optimism but donations bring progress and healing.

    Thank you America for all the love and support. ? ? ?

  • Allihave2say

    Bush was President hence the reason Kanye West spoke up saying, "George Bush doesn't care about black people".

  • Allihave2say

    I'm waiting too because Obama wasn't President during Katrina.

  • OvertheMississippi

    Awesome thing!!

  • Glitter Cupcakes

    Wow, I'm so sorry. Thanks for sharing. Yes, my family told me the same. It's tough watching my city knowing my family is there. My former law office was downtown then near Allen Parkway. It's so hard to watch the news. I'm thousands of miles away and couldn't get there even if I wanted to do so. However, prayers travel. Totally keeping you and yours in my prayers for mine/my family. Stay safe, please... that's "AllIhave2say" ?????

  • INDUSTRY GURU

    Im not a fan of Celebs" pledging " money during a crises. Anyone can drop a Press report pledging milllions, the more zeros they add the more press they get, more often than not these pledges never materialize into real tangible funds

  • The Chosen One

    I don't drink, but i will drink to that.

  • https://twitter.com/Chicagowise Chicagowise

    I used to donate a lot of stuff to the Salvation Army, and on weekends, I would pass out free food. One day, I was dropping off a bag that contained several pairs of Nike air max shoes and Nike fitness attire. Before I could exit the building, I heard a male employee holler, "Man! I'm keeping all this sh/t!" I started to take the items back, but I considered it a lesson learned.

    The next time I decided to giveaway shoes, I went downtown where the homeless people congregate and started asking for people's shoe sizes. An act that was met with a few sideways glances. LOL! When I returned, I had several pairs of new shoes. One guy, who looked liked he was made of steel, started to cry. All he could say was, "bless you, brother."

    During my time as a Salvation Army volunteer, I also discovered the employees were selling the food they were supposed to be giving away! ? On several occasions, when I would offered people food, they would try to give me money. When I asked them why they thought they had to pay for it, they said, the other guy used to charge them!

    I mentioned this to the woman who ran the facility, but my complaint fell on deaf ears.

  • https://twitter.com/Chicagowise Chicagowise

    LMAO! ?

  • https://twitter.com/Chicagowise Chicagowise

    Didn't Kanye said, "Obama doesn't care about black people?"

  • Shine Bright

    Reprimand his miserable @ss. Nothing but negativity comes out of this fool.

  • Shine Bright

    PPA is your typical miserable old bitter queen. Nothing but negativity comes out of his mouth.

  • Nessa

    I'm glad celebs are giving back to the people that helped make them rich!!

  • Allihave2say

    This unfortunately happens. I remember giving 12 brand new dresses with tags to the Deplechin Children's Center for Easter. The employees were too excited to see all the dresses and made similar comments. I just know that the money rarely reaches the people in quantities given. Perhaps if it goes straight to where people are or the news stations it will get to the people who need. We need the help. I don't know what else to do besides ask.

  • Cali

    That porn money be long lol but no really Bey looks kinda shady for this and that gif is perfect lol

  • Cali

    "Beyonce sent us her prayers"

    AND $25,000 and probably a lot more that she doesn't want to tell you about.

  • Allihave2say

    She spent $100k on shoes she wore once. I hope this billionaire can do more than $25K. I'm one of the ones she should be telling. We want to know from whence our help cometh. Thank you for the memo.

  • http://batman-news.com Roderick2011

    Come on.

    You know he's funny sometimes.

  • leapyearpisces

    I think I'm wrecking havoc on every dollar store in my city this weekend and create survival kits. Like I know what to put in kits for women, stuff like tampons, maxi pads, etc. Do you have any suggestions what would be some good items for men? I mean I know generic items like toothbrushes and soap, aspirin, allergy meds.etc. would go in both, but do you have any specific items that you think would be helpful to men? Depending on my coins, I may try to create baby survival kits as well. I just moved this past weekend, so I will not be able to do many at first, but I figure if I do some every time I get paid, hopefully I will be able to help a few hundred. Once I get my list of items nailed down, I may go to my company and ask for assistance on a larger level. Please let me know your suggestions.

  • Allihave2say

    Men need deodorant, razors, soap, shampoo, socks toothbrushes, t-shirts etc. I plan to do a huge coupon haul over the next few weeks to gather as much as I can to continue to give. Tomorrow we will be giving baby things, blankets and towels.

  • Shine Bright

    Not at all, he's very hateful and disturbing.

  • leapyearpisces

    Those are excellent suggestions. Exactly what I needed. Thank you. Would I mail them to the address / place you provided earlier?

  • http://batman-news.com Roderick2011

    Ohhhhhhhhh.............k!!!

  • Skin Deep Beauty

    And that FOR REAL REAL!

  • MRiGOThim

    Beyonce pledged $1 million...that's more than most will or have done #IJS hell one dollar would help right about now. #PRAYERS

  • Skin Deep Beauty

    So Bey sent "Prayer" and 1 DAM MILI? BYE..FOH

  • Allihave2say

    I would think so. I'm just leary of some of the big named organizations. However the places I listed I know are helping others. Also Gallery Furniture in Houston (owned by Mattress Mack) North Freeway has owned his furniture stores and warehouses to evacuees. They are sleeping well :)

  • Lorenzo Chaps

    is that bad?

  • Lorenzo Chaps

    LOL. Eh, I'm the first to admit when I'm wrong or have to put my own foot in my mouth. I'm glad y'all could laugh.

  • JENNYJONES1

    SHE GAVE $1 MILL AND THAT MAKES HER SHADY????? YOU CAN'T SATISFY NUCCAS...........JENNY JONES!!!

  • leapyearpisces

    That is awesome! The owner will be blessed. Thank you for your suggestions and info. I appreciate you being a voice even if it's on a gossip blog. I am sure you have given many (including myself) a better picture of what's really going on. Speaking of, how are you? Are you ok?

  • Mrs. ??????????

    A pledge and a donation are 2 different things.....Talk to me when Texas gets that money.

  • Mrs. ??????????

    What in the world is a Nucca? Is that a racial derogatory word you're using??

  • Benjamin

    Is that a problem? How much are you going to give btw?

  • primadutch

    I highly doubt anybody needs Kevin Hart, of all people, to tell them how much to donate.

  • Allihave2say

    We're well. Our neighborhood was flooded all the way around. No way to exit. We have lakes behind the houses and they overflowed causing more water of course. My house was spared but some of the neighbors loss it all and they opened the Berry Center here. My hubby was out 12 hours before we got flooded in pulling people from cars and buses and driving them to safety. He drove some 20 miles out to get to a location by finding an entry to the freeways that wasn't under water. Once he got home the next morning we were flooded in. No one can go to work.

  • YellowSauce

    in tears ... lol

  • http://ivyleaguelove.tumblr.com/ Applebootay

    But it wasn't a PLEDGE it was a "CHALLENGE" that Kevin Hart started. A Pledge and a challenge are 2 different things.

  • INDUSTRY GURU

    Not in my opion, BOTH ,are meaningless.

    In addtion you missed my whole point, it went right over your head, lol lol, which is obvious because of what you chose to focus on in your comment.

  • https://twitter.com/hashtag/dumpryan?f=tweets&vertical=default Hebo Sabe ?(???)?

    More pledging than check signing I'd say.

  • MsChocCookie

    Bey's face lift cost more then 25,000. Crackhead Chris Brown donates 100,000 and Kevin Hart donates 25,000? I'm telling y'all short men a'int ish....that Napoleon Complex eats at their core. Kevin probably donates more to his side chick's fund, with his short ugly self.

  • MRiGOThim

    I never said they'd get it...most of the time when u donate to any organization church, fund raisers, schools, etc the funds are misappropriated.

  • MythCalledLove

    Can she for the love of all things sacred and good just be a mom to her twins and sharing with Blue what its like to be a big sister (she was big sis to Solonge) Give these new female singers a chance to shine. The allure and mystique of past divas made them great because they gracefully left the stage and it was a big deal to see them back on stage. She can do what she wants but I'm getting tired of her.

  • Bad bad girl

    Bey donated 1 million and people are dissatisfied? Really? What are y'all doing to help?. I know one million dollars can help a lot of people. Also, she has a foundation that is probably doing even more. I swear niggas these days are always negative and never satisfied. Yall must live a miserable life!