Malaysian and international celebs tweet #MH370
Following the tragedy of the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 from Kuala Lumpur bound for Beijing, local and international celebrities flock to Twitter to react upon hearing the unbearable news.
The celebrities followed suit to tweet amongst the thousands of others who have shared their thoughts on Twitter, with the now trending hashtags #MH370 and #Pray ForMH370.
Our homegrown international talent Yuna has been tweeting a lot about the event after waking up to the bad news on 8 March.
Keeping myself updated with news. Praying for the best I hope we will find them soon. #PrayForMH370.Popular actress Nora Danish reacted candidly to the news.
— Yuna Zarai (@yunamusic) March 9, 2014
Missing MAS flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing ????? 239 passengers. MasyaAllah.Dafi has also took to Twitter, but he also released his frustrations about some of the people's 'lact of respect'.
— OFFICIAL NORA DANISH (@Nor4Danish) March 8, 2014
Lets just keep praying for #MH370 ...hope all the idiots that has been playing around with this issue will just stop! Have some respect!Singer Shila Amzah not only shared her condolences on Twitter, but she had created a pretty drawing as a tribute to the victims and posted it via Instagram.
— Gadaffi Ismail Sabri (@dafiismailsabri) March 10, 2014
|Shila's Instagram tribute.|
Malaysian international musician Zee Avi appreciates her family upon hearing the news.
First before any updates on my ongoings, I would like to extend my deepest prayers to the family members of those onboard MH370. My family..Besides the Malaysians, the responses on Twitter were also filled by many international celebrities who were as shocked to receive the tragic news.
— ZeeAvi♐ (@ZeeAvi) March 9, 2014
Mary J. Blige included.
This is really sad. Pls send prayers to those on Flight MH370 and their families. http://t.co/N0uIp54dbk
— Mary J. Blige (@maryjblige) March 8, 2014
But there were some distasteful tweets, including one from Jason Biggs of "American Pie". The actor references the plane during his tweet about reality show "The Bachelor".
Needless to say, the tweet received very mixed reviews.
The tweet has since been deleted.