Stars React on Twitter to East Coast Quake

Find out which celeb was worried about her liquor cabinet and which ones turned to prayer.

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Minutes after a 5.9 magnitude earthquake hit the East Coast, celebrities took to the Twitterverse. Here's a look at their humorous, political and apocalyptic tweets. 

Terry McMillan (@missterryMcMillan): Let's hear Rick Perry's take on the earthquake. We know Michele will blame it on the President.

La La (@lala): Just hoping all my East Coast people are okay..making calls, sending out emails, texts, as we speak..this is crazy!! Mannnnnn

Rihanna (@rihanna): Just heard abt the earthquake in Virginia, New York, Washington and N.Carolina! Hope everybody's okay! #1LOVE

Charlamagne Tha God (@cthagod): 5.9 Earthquake rattles NJ!!!!!!!!!!!!!! God can't do this to us right now my life is going to good.....

June Ambrose (@juneAmbrose): A little shaken up! I was 40 stories up in a glass building!

Ginuwine (@ginuwine09): I come bk home and everything has fallen out cabinets never thought that would happen can you say sign of the xms

Marlon Wayans (@marlonlwayans): Earthhquakes in ny? What's next a blizzard in L.A.? White man get yo ass out of space & diggin' for oil. This planet 'bout 2 be a wrap

Lil Duval (@lilduval): Americans are so surprised when things happen to us. If it rain too long we start thinking the end is near

Spike Lee (@spikelee): On 11 Floor of Office Building in Manhattan when Earthquake hit NY today.  looked a pitcher of Water next to me that was swirling. Ohhhh Shit

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