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20-year-old model raises over NZ$751,428 for Australian bushfires by sending nudes

Unfortunately for her, things aren’t doing so good with her family, but she doesn’t care because deep down she knows she’s doing a great thing.

  • Kaylen Ward has been disowned by her parents
  • Ward doesn’t care because she’s doing it to help
  • People praised her on social media

20-year-old Instagram model Kaylen Ward went on Twitter and promised her followers that she will be sending them nudes if they donated to Australian fundraisers.

The Australian wildfires have wiped out nearly 500 million animals since it started.

Ward said that whoever donates NZ$10 or more to help out the situation in Australia will have the chance to see her naked body.

It nearly has 70k retweets and 162k likes.

As of this writing, Ward has raised an estimated NZ$751,428 for bushfire relief.

Unfortunately for her, things aren’t doing so good with her family, but she doesn’t care because deep down she knows she’s doing a great thing.

There are also those who are making fake accounts to try and capitalize on her success.

Some people are just too cheap to donate, so they try and fake a donation, but Ward easily identifies them.

People are praising Ward for her efforts.

https://twitter.com/AlexEatsZombies/status/1214036364150411264?s=20

https://twitter.com/unami_patch/status/1214095521620647936?s=20

https://twitter.com/JuliantinaFORme/status/1214091616664768514?s=20

Every Australian state experiences wildfires, but New South Wales has it worse. Nearly 500 million animals have been killed by the fires. Melbourne and Sydney are heavily affected as well.

Fire season starts during summer, when the weather is dry which increases the chances of bushfires.

Dry lightning is also one of the big causes of fires, but most people blame climate change.

Wind also plays a factor in increasing the severity of fires. Back in December, a fireman was killed because the wind forced his truck to rollover.

5.9 million hectares have been burned, which affects all 6 of Australia’s states.

As of now, 24 people have died because of the bushfire.

Federal Environment Minister Sussan Ley says that one-third of koalas in NSW have been killed, and one-third of their habitat has been wiped out.

Army personnel, air force aircraft, and navy cruisers are also out there helping firefighters.

Additionally, Steve Irwin’s family has saved over 90,000 animals from dying.



The fires are not expected to end anytime soon since January and February are usually the months were the fires can get worse than what it is today.

Written by JO-EST B. TAN

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