Actor Wendell Pierce Loses Home In Louisiana Flooding [VIDEO]
Actor Wendell Pierce announced that he lost his home in the recent Louisiana flooding.
Pierce, who is best known for his role as Detective William “Bunk” Moreland on “The Wire,” posted on his Twitter account that his home in Baton Rouge, La. was destroyed in the massive storm that hit the southern part of the state that left more than six people dead and sent thousands to shelters. (RELATED: ‘The Wire’ Star Arrested For Attacking A Woman Who Said She Supports Bernie Sanders)
“My neighbors & I have flooded in Baton Rouge,” Pierce tweeted. “I am reminded of the generosity given to my family during Katrina. Now we will care for you.” (RELATED: That Story About ‘The Wire’ Star Hitting A Sanders Supporter Is Crazier Than We Thought)
My neighbors & I have flooded in Baton Rouge. I am reminded of the generosity given to my family during Katrina. Now we will care for you
— Wendell Pierce (@WendellPierce) August 14, 2016
“Yeah, I lost my house,” Pierce told a TMZ reporter who he clearly didn’t want to talk to.
Pierce lost his childhood home during Hurricane Katrina. He also shared on his Twitter account how people can help those affected by the floods.
Help the people of Louisiana: American Red Cross – Baton Rouge/Louisiana Chapter (225-291-4533)Baton Rouge Food Bank (225-359-9940)
— Wendell Pierce (@WendellPierce) August 15, 2016