Miley Cyrus recently shared the sad news of how her Malibu house has burned down in the California wildfires but explained how she and boyfriend Liam Hemsworth and all their animals made it out in time and are all safe and sound. The twenty-five-year-old singer expressed how she is completely devastated how the fire has affected her whole community, Malibu has been struck badly by the raging flames, but that all that matters is that everyone is safe. It is easy to get caught up about possessions, and although her house has been burnt down, Miley keeps a positive outlook saying that she will always have the memories from spending time there with family and friends.
The Wrecking Ball singer also used her Instagram story update to urge people to get involved in supporting the community and the firefighters risking their lives to keep everyone safe and prevent the fire from causing more damage than it already is. She also made sure to thank the firefighters and LA country Sheriff’s department for all their hard work and all that they are doing in this situation in particular.
As reported by Cosmopolitan, Miley Cyrus is not the first nor the only star to have lost their home to the California fires. The first celebrity whose house was reported burned down was Caitlyn Jenner, but also Robin Thicke has suffered the same consequences.
Many other celebrities have had to evacuate their homes because of their houses being located in danger zones that were at high risk to be struck by the California wildfire. Khloe, Kourtney, and Kim Kardashian were all forced to leave their Calabasas homes, and Kim only had one hour from the moment she landed back in LA to get home, pack, and get out of there. Kourtney shared photos of how the fire was on its' way to her property, and Kim reported that the fire had spread to the backyard of her property, but thankfully the winds worked in their favour.
These natural disasters do not discriminate as to who gets affected, and when it all comes down to it, the most important thing is to make sure people and animals are evacuated in time and are safe.