A tornado ripped through Nashville last night leaving at least 22 confirmed dead and a mass of destruction.
Country stars have checked in on Twitter to offer their support and let fans know they are safe.
Carrie Underwood tweeted:
Sending my love to Nashville! I am praying for all of those affected by the terrible storm
Blake Shelton wrote:
Thinking about you #Nashville. Stay strong!!!
George Strait tweeted
Sending love to all of our friends & family in Nashville and Middle Tennessee who were affected by the devastating tornadoes last night. Our thoughts and prayers are with those who have lost loved ones, homes and businesses. #NashvilleStrong #PrayersforNashville
Little Big Town shared a heartbreaking photo of the damage
Our hearts are broken for our city and state. Sending love and prayers to those hurting today. #PrayForNashville pic.twitter.com/bP0T3I3RsO
— Little Big Town (@littlebigtown) March 3, 2020
Chris Young shared a way to help
I don’t even recognize some of the locations it’s so bad… to help I’m donating $50,000 to the Music City Inc Foundation. If you want to help feel free to visit the site here https://t.co/FpfrxkJH9R #NashvilleStrong
— ChrisYoungMusic (@ChrisYoungMusic) March 3, 2020
Brad Paisley also shared some of the devastation and a way to help
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For those I’m hearing from today wondering how to help quickly, The Music City Inc foundation was started after the floods to get relief to people locally. It can immediately help those most severely impacted by things like these Nashville tornadoes. The Music City Inc. foundation will be buying gift cards for essentials and will get them in the hands of the most impacted families right away. Make a donation through Venmo or PayPal with email@example.com or you can make a check to the Music City Inc. Foundation and send to One Nashville Place, 150 Fourth Ave., North, Suite G-250 Nashville, TN 37219 Nashville is resilient. I have so much faith in this community and it’s ability to be there for those in need.
Amidst the destruction a Nashville icon remains
The iconic “I Believe In Nashville” murals started popping up after the big flood ten years ago. It’s stood as a symbol of resilience and togetherness. We are heartbroken for our community after last nights tragic tornado, but know that together we will rise up and rebuild again! pic.twitter.com/WlDutCaHhw
— Tim McGraw (@TheTimMcGraw) March 3, 2020