Danny Trejo Shows Support for Nashville in Tweet after Tornadoes Left Significant Damage

Danny Trejo recently took to social media to show his support for the city of Nashville that got rocked with a tornado. The disaster is said to have claimed 24 lives and damaged about 40 buildings.

Actor Danny Trejo recently shared a tweet to show his support for the residents of Nashville, Tennesse, that were affected by the tornado that hit on early Tuesday morning. 

The tweet which followed a few pictures from the disaster was captioned with the hashtag, "#PrayForNashville."

In the wake of a tornado, a Nashville resident shine a light on the debris and damage as she made her way down Underwood St. on March 3, 2020, in Nashville, Tennessee | Photo: Getty Images

In the wake of a tornado, a Nashville resident shine a light on the debris and damage as she made her way down Underwood St. on March 3, 2020, in Nashville, Tennessee | Photo: Getty Images

Fans of the actor took to the comment section to appreciate his support for the affected residents of Nashville. Among the fans in the comment section were a few of the affected Nashvillians and one of them said,

 "Thank you Machete, my family and I appreciate your prayers!"

The "Machete" actor is not the only celebrity to come out and show support for the victims of the deadly tornados that ripped through the state of Tennessee a few days ago. 

Celebrities who've used social media to call attention to the disaster include Kid Rock, Keith Urban, Reba McEntire, and Dolly Parton. 

Another of the city's treasures that lived to tell the story of the crash is the St. John AME church. 

The deadly disaster that hit Nashville caused a significant amount of damage. At least 25 people have been confirmed dead, while over 40 buildings were brought to the ground. 

The City of Nashville took a great blow on Tuesday morning as a large number of their famous attractions were damaged by the tornado that hit.

However, a few of the city's treasures were preserved after the disaster ended. The popular "I Believe in Nashville" mural, which is located in the BaseMent East, is perhaps the most significant of the structures spared from destruction. 

The artist behind the inspiring mural, Adrien Saporiti, took to social media to talk of the structure's significance in these trying times that the city of Nashville is facing.

He wrote, "Difficult times reveal our values and call upon us to demonstrate them." The artist then went to assure Nashvillians that they would rise to the occasion and offer help to one another, and the city would be rebuilt.

Another of the city's treasures that lived to tell the story of the crash is the St. John AME church. 

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