Country music singer Kenny Chesney’s home on the U.S. Virgin Island of St. John was destroyed by Hurricane Irma. Hurricane Irma left at least one million residents in Puerto Rico without power, and it continues to rush through Florida.
Chesney also said his house had windows that were supposed to withstand 200 miles per hour winds but the storm blew them out. “My house was, we thought, a very safe place for everyone”, Chesney told Meade.
We Promise You’ve Never Seen a Cover Quite Like This! They live here, and everything is gone. The couple had said yes in the villa of the singer in 2005.
Chesney clearly sounds distraught for the community.
In response, Chesney set up ‘Love for Love City, ‘ a relief foundation aimed to help residents in the US and British Virgin Islands get back on their feet. “It’s going to be measured in years, sadly enough”, Chesney said.
Zellweger meanwhile told The Advocate that she was hurt to hear people refer to Chesney as gay after the split.
“These communities are facing an uphill battle. For all of them, though, they’ve been where I’ve leaned for emotional and creative support for fifteen years because they are so generous”, he continued.
Chesney also encouraged all his fans to ‘remember to spread the love’.
The singer is now in the studio recording music to assist those in the Virgin Islands.
Chesney explained the damage further on Twitter and also included pictures. They survived and, with Chesney’s help, were able to evacuate the island. I think people need to live their lives the way they want to, but I’m pretty confident in the fact that I love girls.
‘I don’t know what to say. “It is a lengthy undertaking, given the extent of devastation on the ground, but I’m hopeful that we’ll soon gave a better picture of the situation, so that we can channel the fantastic goodwill we encounter in the most effective way”. They’ve dug in before and made a difference. “I have a feeling once we have our plans in place, they’ll be there again”. He recently called in for an interview on HLN’s Morning Express with Robin Meade to discuss the devastation.