Update from our ground team. We are working quickly to schedule 1st plane trip to bring relief supplies. Link in my bio to donate to the efforts. #bstrong#bsafe#thisisacrisis
Thank you @siamusic@theprettymess@therealdebramessing@katiecouric@xtina@mariamenounos@lisarinna for supporting those in need.
There may be no power but we have FEMALE POWER. Xoxo
Hundreds trapped and thousands left without power as eight deaths linked to the tropical storm
Winds of up to 90-mph have bettered coast downing trees, power lines, building and flooding roads
Around 1.7 million people in the area where under mandatory evacuation orders but chose to remain
Many who remained in evacuation zones inf North Carolina regretted their choice by Friday as storm hit land
In New Bern, hundreds waited anxiously for rescue while surrounded by quickly rising flood waters
City ordered the Louisiana Cajun Navy to leave as officials said they needed no help complete rescues ‘I feel like the dumbest human being who ever walked the face of the earth,’ said one resident who stayed.
More than 773,000 homes without power in North Carolina while 166,000 are powerless in South Carolina
Storm center has crossed into South Carolina and officials fear Myrtle Beach could become totally cut off.