News: Ice-T's Wife Gets Soaked & Wet From Hurricane Sandy [Video]
Tuesday, Oct 30, 2012 4:25PM
Video vixen Coco Austin is one of the latest celebrities to take fans deep into the heart of Hurricane Sandy by releasing a video of herself surviving the weather disaster.
In the footage, Coco puts her body in harm's way to show fans how intense Hurricane Sandy turned out Monday (October 29).
If there was one bright spot in the chaos of Hurricane Sandy ... it was the strength and resolve of Coco Austin ... who braved rain and winds to make sure the masses would still get the opportunity to ogle her breasts. Coco played the role of weather girl last night ... giving a play-by-play of the storm from her balcony in New Jersey. Like a true pro, Coco stayed focused ... and refused to let the wind blow her jacket over her boobs during her report. (TMZ)
Not to be outdone, Boot Camp Clik's Sean Price also released a Sandy-based report.
In one of the funniest album promos we've seen in a long time, Brooklyn MC Sean Price braved Hurricane Sandy to let his fans know that his album "Mic Tyson" would still be dropping today. Dressed in a scully and goggles on the Canarsie Pier, Sean P gave a pubic service announcement for everyone in the 'hood who wasn't able to evacuate their building. "This just in...and I quote...yo, son Popeye's is closed, McDonald's is closed, Starbucks is closed, but Kennedy's Fried Chicken on Saratoga is open!" (The Urban Daily)
Celebrities like Eva Longoria and Serena Williams resorted to Twitter and wished the best for hurricane victims.
"Praying for victims of hurricane sandy. Go away Sandy go away.," she tweeted. (Serena Williams' Twitter)
As of Tuesday, hundreds of thousands along the East Coast were without power.
Millions of people across the eastern United States awoke on Tuesday to scenes of destruction wrought by monster storm Sandy, which knocked out power to huge swathes of the nation's most densely populated region, swamped New York's subway system and submerged streets in Manhattan's financial district. At least 15 people were reported killed in the United States by Sandy, one of the biggest storms to ever hit the country, which dropped just below hurricane status before making landfall on Monday night in New Jersey. (Reuters)
Check out Coco's Hurricane Sandy coverage below: