Can Yaman told the Italian magazine about the earthquake: “It hurts me”
Continuing his career in Italy, Can Yaman started an aid campaign for the earthquake region through the Can Yaman for Children association after the earthquake disaster in Turkey last week.
Italian magazine Grazia asked Can Yaman about the earthquake. “I was in Budapest for six months for El Turco, and Monday, February 6 was a nightmarish awakening. The earthquake disaster injured my homeland, Turkey, causing thousands of victims, and I witnessed all this with despair and pain.” expressed as.
Continuing with you, Yaman; “My family and loved ones live in Istanbul (more than 1000 kilometers from the epicenter) so they were not damaged, but the thought of the earthquake, the losses and the victims accompany me every minute and it hurts me deeply,” he said.
Stating that 80,000 euros were collected in three days in the campaign, which started on Friday, February 10, Can Yaman also said, “Unfortunately, I learned from the followers that there are fake profiles on my behalf. The only tangible and real help will be sent through my association and documented to ensure maximum transparency, as in previous charity activities.
It will take time to rebuild homes and wounded souls, but I hope the international mobilization and fundraising carried out in my little path will contribute to restoring the peace that each of us deserves, even to my afflicted “brothers”.”