By | December 7, 2017

Natural disasters can downright devastating. With each region having their own type thats most common, hurricanes, tornadoes, tsunamis, and wildfires send shockwaves throughout communities with increasing regularity. Just as the north has snow storms and the south has hurricanes, the west has wildfires.

The recent brush fires in Southern California — which have displaced 38 thousand residents and burned over 50 thousand acres Ventura land — has everyone banding together to help locals get back on their feet. However, some things lost in the fires can’t be replaced.

Hitting one hip-hop’s own, the SoCal fire took out Kyle’s childhood home. Alongside hundreds others posting about the devastations, the “iSpy” artist uploaded a string photos the fire and its aftermath on Instagram. “Just saw the house I grew up in in ashes.. this is so hard to watch. Such a beautiful city with so many amazing people who’s lives have been devastated by this fire,” he began in a lengthy caption.