Numerous celebrities have responded to the devastating wildfires in Australia, with Selena Gomez donating as much as $ 5 million, Miley Cyrus $ 3 million, Pink, and Nicole Kidman half a million dollars.
And while the world is delighted with the contribution of numerous stars, many are angry with the Kardashian-Jenner family because no information has come out about their donation to Australia wildfire relief efforts.
One of the Twitter users expressed anger on the social network.
“Nothing gets me more heated than to see the Kardashians/Jenners talk about climate change/wildfires & not donate even a penny,” the tweet read.
The 39-year-old reality star Kim Kardashian West replied with another tweet.
“Nothing gets me more heated than to see people think they know what we donated to and to think we have to publicize everything,” she wrote.
nothing gets me more heated than to see people think they know what we donated to and to think we have to publicize everything https://t.co/9qW1h2eZXe
— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) January 6, 2020
However, even after her response, the criticism of the people did not end, and it is still unknown whether and how much she donated. It’s worth mentioning that Kim worth more than $ 370 million.
Kim’s younger sister Kylie Jenner, at age 21, became the world’s youngest billionaire, surpassing Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, who earned his first billion dollars at age 23. It is reported that Kylie donated $1 million to Australia’s firefighters.
Among those who donated to help Australia in these difficult days are Kylie Minogue with her family, and Australian comedian Celeste Barber raised more than $ 28 million by urging followers on social networks to donate as much as they can.
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Last year I had the incredible opportunity of visiting some of the many beautiful places in my homeland for the first time. Returning home to such devastation throughout much of the country is heartbreaking. As a family, we’ve donated $500,000 towards the immediate firefighting efforts and the ongoing support which will be required. Big or small, from near or far, any support will help those affected by the devastating bushfires. With love, The Minogue Family. @redcrossau @nswrfs @cfavic @sa_countryfireservice @wireswildliferescue #Australia
The fire destroyed more than 14 million hectares of land, killing at least 24 people and burning about 200,000 homes. Thousands of families were forced to flee their homes, and in the devastating fires, more than 500 million animals, mammals, birds, reptiles were killed.