The star of reality and the famous rapper have their home in California, where they are fighting against one of the biggest fires in US history, protected by private firefighters.
In forest fires that are still rampant across California, the flames have swallowed houses of many famous people or escaped from their homes. The star star was also home to home Kim Kardashian and her husband Kanye West, so they invited private firemen to help.
Not only have they managed to protect their $ 60 million worth of villain, but also numerous neighbors who will come to the site if the fire hit Kimin and Kanyei's home.
One of the neighbors said on TMZ's website that they are very grateful to the well-known spouses to save their homes. In addition, Kim and Kanye settled in a nearby hotel during the evacuation.
Many other celebrities remained homeless
But some other stars did not have such happiness. The flames swallowed the house of the player Gerard Butler, who shared a photo of his devastated home on Instagram. He was also a house singer Robin Thicke, who, like Butler, thanked all the firefighters and volunteers who "risk their lives while driving safely."
The singer's house is also burnt Neila Younga, who, as he wrote on his website, lost his home in a forest fire in a forest fire, but now he fired again. Also, the flames swallowed the singer's house Miley Cyrus, who posted on Twitter how safe they are with fiancé Liam Hemsworth, as well as protecting their animals from the fire while "the house is no longer standing".
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The fire camp is the worst in California's history
California has declared exceptional conditions, since Camp Fire has already sought 42 lives, and still some 200 people are still missing. Most victims were burned in cars who wanted to escape from the harsh city of Raja. There are still small fires still struggling across the country, with more than eight thousand firefighters in conflict.
Given the number of victims, this is the worst fire in California's history.
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