Miley Cyrus Planning to Help Brussels Attack Victims


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Miley Cyrus planning to help Brussels attack victims

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Miley Cyrus is looking for ways to help those affected by the terror attacks in Belgium on Tuesday.

Around 30 people have been reported dead and more than a hundred were left injured in two explosions at Brussels international airport and another blast at the Maelbeek metro station on Tuesday morning.


Many celebrities have taken to social media to send prayers to those in the city, including Cyrus, who tells her fans she is working with members of her Happy Hippie Foundation to help those impacted.

“My (heart) breaks for Brussels today,” she writes on Instagram. “My heart breaks for the world today…. When will this end, and the love begin….. This isn’t the planet I wanna live on… NOTHING in the world matters but giving love to others! It’s what we need more than anything else! MORE LOVE LESS EVIL!!!

“Talking with @happyhippiefdn now about what we can do to be there for our friends in Brussels … Stay tuned on how to get involved… today we must focus on what unites us …. not divides us,” Cyrus went on to say in her second Instagram post concerning the tragic event.

Cyrus, 23, founded the Happy Hippie Foundation in 2014. The non-profit organization aims to help vulnerable youths, including the homeless and those in the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community.

Many other stars took to Twitter to react to the horror. Actress Courtney Cox wrote:

Rapper Iggy Azalea posted:

Actor Ian Somerhalder added:

Scandal star Kerry Washington simply posted on Twitter:

Good Charlotte singer Joel Madden showed solidarity with the Belgians by tweeting:

Culture Club star Boy George tweeted his condolences to the victims of the families:

The Brussels attacks comes just four days after Salah Abdeslam, a suspect in the November 2015 Paris terror attacks, was arrested in Belgium. According to reports, one of the Brussels airport explosions was caused by a suicide bomber.


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