Cardi B sent her prayers to the survivors of Haiti's devastating magnitude 7.2 earthquake that left over 1,300 people dead on Sunday.
The epicenter was located about 100 miles west of Haiti's capital city Port-au-Prince.
Rescuers are scrambling to find victims still alive in the rubble before tropical depression Grace arrives on Monday.
The devastating earthquake comes a month after Haiti's president Jovenel Moise was assassinated by armed members of a hit squad with ties to Miami and the Dominican Republic.
On Saturday, Cardi B, real name Belcalis Almanzar, took to social media to share her sympathy and prayers for the Haitians affected by the earthquake.
"I got a soft spot for Haiti and [its] people. They my cousins. I pray for Haiti they go thru soo much... God please cover that land and its people," she tweeted.
I got a soft spot for Haiti and it's people.They my cousins.I pray for Haiti they go thru soo much????.God please cover that land and it’s people??
— iamcardib (@iamcardib) August 14, 2021
Tennis superstar Naomi Osaka, who was born in Japan, said she will donate all her prize money from an upcoming tournament to the Haitian people.
Really hurts to see all the devastation that’s going on in Haiti, and I feel like we really can’t catch a break. I’m about to play a tournament this week and I’ll give all the prize money to relief efforts for Haiti. I know our ancestors blood is strong we’ll keep rising ??????
— NaomiOsaka????? (@naomiosaka) August 14, 2021
The Republic of Haiti is located on Hispaniola Island and shares its eastern border with the Dominican Republic where Cardi B's father was born.
Haiti has a history of killer earthquakes. Hispaniola Island sits between two large tectonic plates that are always active.
The 2010 earthquake in Haiti left an estimated 300,000 people dead and 1 million people without homes.