Star Turkish chef CZN Burak cries in a video while talking about the earthquake devastation in his hometown Hatay in Turkey.
Burak, in his video message, appealed to his worldwide following to donate generously to the earthquake victims. He cried inconsolably in the video telling the people that he will be personally assisting the quake-affected areas.
Burak is a celebrated Turkish chef in Turkey having restaurants all over the world and boasting a massive social media following. He is well-known for his enormous food items and videos in which he prepares a substantial amount of food for Syrian refugees.
The chef who is always smiling in his cooking videos left his followers upset when they saw him crying in the video. Social media users expressed solidarity with him and tried to console him. “This broke my heart,” a fan commented on Facebook. “May he get his smile back soon,” said another.
“A good human with a kind heart,” a social media user commented. “Our prayers are with you CZN Burak,” a fan left a comment on Instagram.
“Please my brother do not cry, our prayers are with you,” said another heartbroken fan.
Heart-wrenching stories are coming out from Turkey and Syria following the apocalyptic earthquake earlier this week.
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A woman in Syria gave birth to a baby found in the rubble of a house. The heartwarming but also heartbreaking video of rescue workers carrying a newborn baby from the rubble is making rounds on social media. According to the reports, the baby’s family did not survive. Apparently, the mother died soon after giving birth. According to the rescuers, they heard the sound of the baby while her umbilical cord was still attached to her mother.
The videos of destruction and rescue operations are making rounds on social media since Monday. Visuals of destruction in Turkey and Syria are heart-wrenching.
Rescue teams and workers from all over the world are reaching Turkey and Syria to help the affected. Many people have been rescued alive from under the rubble. Yet many still await help to be rescued from under the rubble.