Gigi & Bella Hadid REACT To Devastating Mudslides In Montecito Hometown





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Published on Jan 10, 2018

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A Southern California rainstorm has sent mud and debris flowing through Santa Barbara County and Montecito. So far 15 lives have been lost and dozens of people are missing. The area is just 90 miles north of Los Angeles and has ties to a lot of famous folks. Gigi Hadid took to Twitter to ask for prayers writing, “My beautiful hometown, just after getting through weeks of wild fire, has been hit by a major storm. That “river” is the 101 freeway. Please keep the families of Santa Barbara in your thoughts and prayers.”
Bella Hadid shared the same photo on her Instagram with an emotional post that read in part, “My beautiful home town of Montecito.... Where my roots were placed, where my mother raised me and my family. Completely under water. I really can't believe it. I am praying and thinking so much for our friends in the hospital and their families that are still missing.” In the caption Bella went on to admit her heart is broken over the news and asks for websites to donate to.
So if you thought Gigi and Bella Hadid were raised Malibu, think again. Just because we saw their late teenage lives filmed there on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, doesn’t mean they call Malibu home. The Hadid’s appear to have been predominantly raised in Montecito.
But they’re not the only high-profile ladies speaking out on the natural disaster. Oprah Winfrey has a home in Montecito and gave a firsthand account of the damage with fires still blazing and mud in her backyard. Ellen Degeneres tweeted, “This is not a river. This is the 101 freeway in my neighborhood right now. Montecito needs your love and support.” Bella Hadid responded to Ellen’s tweet revealing that some of her friends and their families have been taken to the hospital and some are still missing.
We’d like to send our heartfelt thoughts and prayers to those affected by these catastrophic mudslides and flash floods in Montecito and Santa Barbara County. If you’d like to send your well wishes please leave them below. Thank you so much for tuning in, I’m your host Ava Gordy.

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