For those of you who aren’t up to date on the cultural going-on’s of the world around you, tomorrow is the official Haitian Flag Day, a time for those from Haiti to celebrate the heritage and the struggles their ancestors went through to make things as they are today.
Wyclef Jean, who came to the United States at the age of 9, took to his Twitter to educate his followers and show his support:
Ghanaian-American comedian Michael Blackson, who is performing on the Stand Up for Haiti 2 and has just flown there himself, had his own words to say about Haiti, and even Wyclef Jean:
Good to hear!
Wait, Michael, I think we’re getting off-topic here, let’s think about the-
Interestingly enough, Mr. Blackson seemed a little worried on his flight to Haiti, and thinks he may have been on a flight with some suspicious characters.
Sure looks like a dangerous lass, Michael. Thank goodness you made it to Haiti safe and sound!