Cody Simpson gave a heads up to his millions of adoring fans last night that his Twitter account would look a little different for the next little while. He'd be giving 7.5 million followers over to Syrian refugee Thair Orfahli.
Thair's story started with friends in Damascus in Syria.
And laid out how it felt to be in a war torn country.
Unsurprisingly it stunned quite a few Cody fans who tried to help out. Thail then tweeted from his own account that this was part of a UN campaign. He had made this journey in 2013.
It didn't take away from the drama playing out on Cody's timeline.
Thair also took time to educate people about what millions were getting away from.
Some of the pictures really hit home the harsh reality of being a refugee. Like the perilous journey by boat across the Mediterranean Sea where many people have died in the last 12 months.
It's a poignant view into the petrified world of a Syrian refugee. It also might help many millions of new people get an understanding of the human side of the global refugee crisis.
Mark Di Stefano is a media and politics reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.
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