BP Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill News!
Culture of Hollywood Celebrities —
Korn’s Jonathan Davis is going green. He’s urging artists to boycott troubled oil giant BP over the oil spill disaster in the Gulf of Mexico says the AP news and a large number of big name green celebrities are agreeing to honor his plea.
“In a statement issued Friday, the rock singer says he has gathered a coalition of artists, including Lady Gaga, Creed and the Backstreet Boys, and they have agreed not to use fuel sold by BP or their affiliates on their tours this year.”
News sources on all major network channels are confirming that tens of millions of gallons of oil have already gushed into the Gulf Coast waters since the April 2010 explosion of an oil rig off the coast of Louisiana made blue green environmentalists learning about it first choke.
In an effort to get involved with the coastal cleanup and to help local fishermen harmed financially by the tragedy at sea, CNN and Larry King have picked up the charity telethon gauntlet from MTV and George Clooney (who previously rallied Hollywood troops together during awards season to help Haiti).
Star celebs including Justin Bieber, Cameron Diaz, Lenny Kravitz, and Ryan Secreast are set to appear Monday on CNN’s two-hour telethon, “Disaster in the Gulf: How You Can Help.”
Larry King is scheduled to host despite still going through personal problems related to his marriage (and likely divorce).
George Clooney — to date — has been keeping his focus on the Sudan region and Darfur in addition to helping Haiti. He recently penned a public letter asking politicians to get behind him to help lend a hand in preventing civil war in Africa.
BP and the United States government have been slow to respond to the growing environmental crisis, the worst man made disaster in global history.
Jonathan Davis from KORN is going green (AP)