Chrissy Teigen Shares Terrifying Live-Tweets Of The Indonesian Earthquake While Vacationing In Bali
August 6, 2018 14:32 By Fabiosa
The magnitude 6.9 earthquake that tore through the Island of Lombok on Sunday reportedly killed no less than 91 people and rendered thousands homeless according to the BBC.
Aftershocks in Bali
Media outlets including ABC Australia report that aftershocks were felt in the neighboring Island of Bali where residents and holiday makers also feared for their lives.
Among the holiday makers, musician John Legend, his wife Chrissy Teigen and their children Luna and Miles lived through the terror that threatened to ruin their vacation.
Teigen's live updates
Teigen had particularly been giving her fans regular updates of their fun holiday. She'd even shared an empowering post in which she embraced her mum body, stretchmarks and all.
Bali. Trembling. So long.— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) August 5, 2018
Oh man. We are on stilts. It felt like a ride. 15 solid seconds of “hooooooly shit this is happening”— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) August 5, 2018
So many aftershocks 😩😩😩— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) August 5, 2018
im either still trembling or these little quakes won’t stop IM TRYING TO BE NORMAL HERE— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) August 5, 2018
However, as the earthquake ripped through Bali, the mum of two and television personality very quickly put her phone to good use live-tweeting from Bali.
Although she seemed brave for the most part, she confided in her followers that the experience was terrifying. "I’m either still trembling or these little quakes won’t stop", she tweeted.
Stay safe. I hope this experience doesn't make you fear Bali and you will be back for some more JFC. ❤️— Freya (@poutmonz) August 6, 2018
My wife and I honeymooned in Bali and Lombok. Beautiful part of the world. Hope everyone is safe and unharmed.— Jon Caplin (@JonCaplin) August 6, 2018
This is the second earthquake in the region in less than 2 weeks. On July 29 an earthquake of magnitude 6.4 struck off the coast of Lombok, claiming no less than 16 lives.