Tiffany Gomas, who went viral when she claimed a man on a plane was “not real” released goods to aid victims of the Hawaii wildfires.
Tiffany Gomas, 38, of Dallas, Texas recently went viral for swearing while on an American Airlines flight.
Claiming that the man sitting next to her was “not real”, Gomas continued to say scary words in the middle of the plane’s aisle before it took off.
Despite receiving a lot of public comment on the incident, Gomas used her platform in a better way, as she recently sold a line of merchandise to victims of the Hawaii wildfires.
Tiffany Gomas’ X Followers Praise Her Contribution to Hawaii
Though Gomas was talked about nationally after the “bogus” plane crash, she’s since turned her foundation into a place to help victims of the Maui, Hawaii wildfires.
Wildfires ravaged the town of Maui in early August, starting on the 8th. The terrible tragedy was caused by Hurricane Dora causing an imbalance in wind pressure from the north and south, resulting in robbing winds. the lives of more than 100 people.
Twitter: tiffany_gomasTiffany Gomas introduces his t-shirts to help support Hawaii after the devastating wildfire.
Hawaiians have lost loved ones, homes, cars, resources, etc. after the wind-driven wildfire destroyed more than 2,200 buildings.
While nothing can make up for the damage and sadness, people from all over the world have donated money and donated resources to help restore Lahaina – including Gomas.
On August 30, Gomas announced on his X/Twitter Tiffany_Gomaslaunch of her Hawaii wildfire merchandise, saying, “I am so proud to support Maui Strong through the Brand_aloha t-shirt fundraiser.”
Gomas continued: “There is a lot of work to be done to heal and rebuild. Make your small donation to help and get the t-shirt today for $36. 100% of the sales proceeds will go to the Hawaii Community Foundation.”
Gomas’ Twitter followers took to the comments section to commend her contribution, saying, “I know Tiffany is a good person – use her platform for good.” While another commented: “Great way to support the people of Hawaii.”
Tiffany has yet to comment on the products supporting her as well as the comments from her followers. However, she attached the hashtags “Maui Strong” and “Rebuild and Heal” to her post on Twitter.
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