Welsh goalkeeper Duffy has made an extremely rare return to social media to support Ukraine in the context of Russia’s invasion. She asked her fans to donate money
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Welsh singer Duffy, who rose to national fame in the late decade of the decade, has made a rare return to social media to show his support to the Ukrainian people amid Russia’s crisis. continue to invade.
Sharing a series of photos and text excerpts on her Instagram stories, Duffy paid tribute to the people of Ukraine as they continue to go through a trying time.
To show her support, she sent out an appeal to her fans and asked them to donate money.
Writing: “Acts Of Kindness”, she shared a video clip and wrote: “Thousands of Berliners showed up at the central train station, with signs, asking where the Ukrainians had to move. move.”
The next slide read: “Polish families leave empty money boxes at train stations, for Ukrainian mothers to use to escape the war with their children.”
The third page just says: “ARTYOM Support,” with the fourth slide being the bank details.
Two days before Duffy told her story, she posted on her main network, accompanied by a video: “Miracle called kindness.
“Since the outbreak of war – Artyom @artprykhodko delivers and donates food to the elderly, vulnerable and disabled of Kharkiv, helping those who cannot evacuate.
“Artyom is a volunteer, he has helped people on his own. The streets are very unsafe but he still does, continuing to volunteer in danger. Kharkiv is currently one of the cities under shelling. most of Ukraine.”
She added: “Separate yourself from putting yourself in danger, seeing tragedy in the streets everywhere, driving, shopping, standing in freezing temperatures, arranging and fulfilling orders goods – he delivers to isolated individuals in high-rise apartments.”
Before asking her fans: Would you join me and donate to his efforts?
“Your money will be used to buy essential, important and essential items, for those who desperately need it.
“Details and instructions on how to donate in the ‘story’ above. All national and international banks are fluctuating fees to send money to Ukraine at the moment, to support the global relief.
“I appreciate that sending money abroad can be difficult, but it’s simple and easy, if combined with a little patience to do it.”
She signed with: “Lots of love to all of you in these sad, but hopeful days. Duffy.”
Last fall, the Mercy singer flooded her Instagram account with “passing thoughts” and covered topics of love, history, acceptance, music, and life in one sitting. series of video uploads.
She captioned one explanation for her explosion of social media activity by writing: “Share passing thoughts. I don’t think this is a permanent thing, something to connection. Nervous. Either way. Duffy.”
In February 2020, Duffy appeared on Instagram after an absence from the limelight.
She revealed that she was hidden from the public eye after a terrifying ordeal she revealed.
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In a longer statement about her rape ordeal, Duffy explained on her website in April 2020 that she was drugged at a restaurant on her birthday and then imprisoned. in a hotel room abroad.
“It was my birthday, I was drugged at a restaurant, then I was drugged for four weeks and traveled abroad,” she recalls.
“I can’t remember getting on a plane and going around in the back of a tour van. I was taken to a hotel room and the perpetrator came back and raped me.
“I remember the pain and tried to stay awake in my room after it happened. I was stuck with him for another day, he didn’t look at me, I walked behind him, I was somewhat conscious. and retreated. I may have been decided by him.”
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