Steven Tyler’s daughter Mia ‘barely got out’ of Maui fires
Steven Tyler’s daughter, Mia Tyler, has returned home safely from her vacation in Hawaii amidst the devastating wildfires in Maui. In a message to her Instagram followers, the model shared that she narrowly escaped the island with her 6-year-old son, Axton. Mia explained that they received news of the fire while halfway through their vacation and expressed that the situation was much worse than what was portrayed in the news and online.
She expressed her sorrow for the lives lost, the destruction of homes and sacred buildings, and the displacement of thousands of locals and tourists. Mia emphasized that her main priority was to ensure the safety of her family and friends. She urged social media users not to travel to Maui during this time, as the island needs to heal and requires valuable resources that should not be occupied by tourists. Instead, she encouraged people to donate to the relief efforts and emphasized that every contribution makes a difference.
Maui has been severely affected by the wildfires, resulting in the destruction of numerous homes and the loss of many lives. Mia worked diligently to protect her loved ones during this challenging time. In line with her plea, she begged her Instagram followers not to travel to Maui. Other celebrities, such as Jeff Bezos and Oprah Winfrey, have also made significant donations to support the community. Additionally, Jason Momoa, known for his role in “Game of Thrones” and “Aquaman,” emphasized the importance of giving the community time to heal and restore by discouraging visitors from traveling to the island.
Overall, it is crucial for everyone to prioritize the well-being of the affected community and support relief efforts in any way possible.
Steven Tyler’s daughter Mia Tyler is home safe after vacationing in Hawaii amid the deadly Maui wildfires.
The model told her Instagram followers Saturday that she “barely got out” of the island with her 6-year-old son, Axton (via HollywoodLife).
“Halfway through our vacation on Maui we got news that a horrible fire had started an hour north of us. I don’t need to tell you what happened next,” Mia wrote on her Story.
“All I can say is, it was way worse than what you saw on the news and online,” she continued. “Many people and animals have lost their lives. Homes destroyed. Sacred buildings burnt to ashes. Thousand of locals and tourists displaced. And the horrors those people had to see and experience.”
The actress noted that “all [she] could do” was keep her “family and friends safe.”
Mia, 44, concluded her post by begging social media users not to travel to Maui.
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“The hotels are helping to home the people of Maui,” she explained. “The island needs to heal and does not need tourists taking up valuable resources right now. The only thing we can do is donate to these wonderful people that need us the most right now. Please help. Any penny helps.”
Maui has been ravaged by wildfires since earlier this month, destroying thousands of homes and leaving nearly 100 people dead and hundreds more missing.
As Jeff Bezos, Oprah Winfrey and more stars donate large sums to the community, Jason Momoa has urged the public not to travel to the popular vacation spot.
“Do not convince yourself that your presence is needed on an island that is suffering this deeply,” the “Game of Thrones” alum, 44, wrote via Instagram Friday. “Mahalo to everyone who has donated and shown aloha to the community in this time of need.”
The “Aquaman” star, who was born in Honolulu, posted a slideshow, reading, “Our community needs time to heal, grieve & restore. That means the less visitors on the island taking up critical resources that have become extremely limited the better.”