Tim Mosenfelder/Getty ImagesAretha Franklin is the latest celebrity responding to the water crisis in Flint, Michigan.

The Queen of Soul is planning on donating rooms at a Holiday Inn in Southfield, Michigan, a Detroit suburb, for approximately 25 to 50 people, according to KSAT TV.

Additionally, Aretha is organizing food to be provided by the local Coney Island restaurant. Residents will be selected and screened by New Bethel Baptist Church, where Franklin’s late father served as pastor for decades.

“Detroiters usually come to the aid of Detroiters — and Flint is certainly regarded as Detroit,” Franklin says, while advising Flint residents to “[h]ang in there.”

So far, Cher, Madonna, Puff Daddy, The Game, Big Sean and Meek Mill are among the celebrities who have made considerable donations to help those who have been exposed to toxic water in the Flint area.

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