Vanilla Ice is behind with a code new invention: impassioned continue live-tweeting.
The rapper famous for a 1990 strike singular “Ice Ice Baby” pronounced on Twitter Thursday that he rode out Hurricane Matthew during his home in Palm Beach. The onetime “Dancing With a Stars” competitor also used a event to chatter out live updates on what he saw as a Category 4 charge swirled by The Sunshine State.
“This whirly is going to be serious, and it’s entrance right during me,” he pronounced in one chatter before Matthew upheld through. “I am going to float it out.”
The rapper, whose genuine name is Robert Matthew Van Winkle, after tweeted Friday morning that “It looks like a disaster with waste and some flooding, though altogether Palm Beach rubbed it really well.”
Vanilla Ice’s preference was in approach antithesis to Florida Governor Rick Scott’s call for residents to leave tools of a state.
“We can reconstruct homes, we can reconstruct businesses … we can’t reconstruct a life,” Scott said.
Officials in Palm Beach County also urged residents on separator islands including Palm Beach to leave before Matthew hit.
It’s a many absolute charge to bluster a U.S. Atlantic seashore in some-more than a decade, and had already left some-more than 280 passed in a arise opposite a Caribbean. The National Weather Service warned it could have “potentially catastrophic impacts for Florida.”
The rapper has spent many of his life in South Florida. His home is about 72 miles north of Miami and was underneath whirly warning from Thursday to Friday. Most of a charge was north of a county by Friday morning.