Lady Gaga, who was forced to evacuate her Malibu home recently, visited victims of the Woolsey Fire at a Red Cross shelter on Sunday. The 'A Star is Born' actor is believed to have stayed about 90 minutes with the victims, and even sang to a 98-year-old woman.

Gaga gave a speech to the victims, saying "I extend my love to each and every one of you. I know we do not know each other, but I love you. This is an emergency, but you are not alone. And we have each other.

"Share your stories and talk to each other during this time. [...] Let’s keep the faith together," she said. "It is so important that you take care of what’s going on in your head and in your heart."

After staying with the victims to hand out gift cards and take photos with fans, Gaga then rounded her attention on Donald Trump. The US President has said this week that the fires in the state were the cause of "gross mismanagement" and has threatened to cut funding for the fire and rescue services.

In a tweet, the singer said "I knew this before, but you continue to make it clear you care for no one other than yourself. Mr. President show some compassion for the people of California and set an example of kindness for this country. #BeKind #Kindness #CaliforniaFire". 

Singer Katy Perry has also fired shots at Trump for his actions. She tweeted "This is an absolutely heartless response. There aren’t even politics involved. Just good American families losing their homes as you tweet, evacuating into shelters."

Via Variety.