The power of celebrities when they come together as one

The power of celebrities when they come together as one

You all know that at Yaay we celebrate happy news, but sadly, from time to time we need to communicate shocking ones. After the death of the famous musician Eddie Van Halen, we can at least analyze what happened and take something positive. He fought against cancer. He fell asleep peacefully at St. John's Hospital in Santa Monica, California. But what celebrities did afterwards is incredible. Read more below. 

  • Born in 1955 in Amsterdam, Holland, Eddie was a songwriter, guitarist and even inventor. 
  • Founded the rock band Van Halen with his brother Alex.
  • Became famous around the world for his amazing guitar solos.
  • The siblings started their career in Holland but moved to Los Angeles and became one of the most popular bands of all time, achieving a place in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame,  winning Grammys, MTV VMAs and American Music Awards. 
Eddie Van Halen smiling while playing a guitar solo

Eddie spent the last days of his life next to his family: his wife Janie Liszewski, son Wolfgang and brother Alex Van Halen. Achieving a net worth of $80 million dollars product of his tours, streaming services and record sales, Eddie was a superstar.

His son Wolf, broke the news on his social media and the whole world was shocked.  Everyone in the entertainment and music business loved and admired him. Ozzy Osbourne, Gene Simmons, Keith Urban and Billy Idol posted tributes for the star in their social media.

Social media tributes from celebrities

Like always, the entertainment world remains together for these type of situation and thanks to all the millions of fans they gather, celebrities can accomplish a lot.

From the famous song "We are the world" to donate millions of dollars for different natural disasters to the death of "Black Panther" Chadwick Boseman to raise awareness for injustice and racism, there is at least something positive.

Together, united, we are one. United, we are strong and united we can develop our country and make the world a better place. 

Watch how celebrities became one for the natural disaster in Haiti:

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