If you're not following Cher on Twitter, first of all you should be. The pop diva is constantly sharing her thoughts on life, politics, and current events.
Lately, she's been disgusted by the official response to a lead-poisoning crisis that has for months left residents of Flint, Michigan with tainted water.
State officials have been criticized for their slow response to the crisis, and Cher agreed with the criticism that Gov. Rick Snyder had done too little too late.
On Saturday, President Obama declared a state of emergency for Flint. And Cher announced she was sending some help too.
The pop star went to water company Icelandic Glacial to purchase bottles for Flint residents, and the company agreed to match her donation. That makes 181,440 bottles in all, Icelandic Glacial announced.
Claudia Koerner is a national reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in Los Angeles.
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