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Celebrities with Trini roots and ties have been quietly donating to the flood victims of Trinidad and Tobago.

Nicki Minaj, Busta Rhymes, "Dynasty" star, Rob Riley and "Love and Hip Hop"’s Karlie Redd have contributed funds to assist those who need it most following the devastating flooding that occurred nearly two weeks ago.

This, according to Fay-Ann Lyons-Alvarez. Speaking with Loop, the soca artist indicated that they have all been communicating and coordinating relief efforts through her and her husband, Bunji Garlin.

Nicki Minaj, who tweeted on Thursday that she’d be sending some money, made good on her promise as NGO Is There Not A Cause (ITNAC) confirmed on Friday that they had, in fact, received funding from the Queens rapper.

“I know that everyone is centred on Nicki but she’s not the only one trying to help," said Lyons-Alvarez. "But everyone is gravitating toward her because of the drama that’s happening."

The "Raze" singer was referring to the recent backlash surrounding Nicki Minaj’s social media posts where she indicated that she would be donating. Several users criticised her statements, questioning “where the money was” and why she wasn’t in Trinidad to physically help with relief efforts.

“I know that everyone is centred on Nicki but she’s not the only one trying to help," said Lyons-Alvarez. "But everyone is gravitating toward her because of the drama that’s happening."

The "Raze" singer was referring to the recent backlash surrounding Nicki Minaj’s social media posts where she indicated that she would be donating. Several users criticised her statements, questioning “where the money was” and why she wasn’t in Trinidad to physically help with relief efforts.

The original article can be found her: http://www.loopslu.com/content/nicki-minaj-busta-rhymes-and-more-donate-flood-relief-2

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