Several celebrities, some of Moroccan origin, showed their support for the victims and victims of the violent earthquake which struck Morocco on the night of Friday September 8 to Saturday September 9, as reported by BFMTV. “Even though I was not born there, my heart bleeds and I can only be supportive,” said Élie Semoun. “Marrakech is a deeply endearing city, just like the Moroccans,” he continued, the comedian himself being a regular in this city, notably thanks to his participation in Marrakech of Laughter.
“Terrible night, terrible awakening,” Jamel Debbouze in turn commented on his Instagram page, under a photo of the Moroccan flag. He also had a thought for the victims: “Let us all help and make our contribution to help Morocco and let us pray that lives will be saved in the hours and days to come. » Comedian Gad Elmaleh, a native of Casablanca, said he was “upset by the tragedy”.
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Personalities of song, television or cinema are sometimes personally affected by this tragedy, like the host Arthur: “My thoughts are with the families of the victims of this tragedy. But also to my friends and relatives on the spot. Strength to you all,” he wrote on X (formerly Twitter).