Cyclone survivor Darryl Worley releases a brand-new video thanking fans for their support Facebook/Darryl Worley

When word spread that Darryl Worley was trapped in Fiji storm Cyclone Winston on Feb. 19, an immediate outpouring of support by fans erupted on social media. They were eager to know whether or not the singer was safe.

Good news.

Both him and his wife, Kimberly, are OK.

In a brand-new video posted on the evening of Feb. 22, Darryl gave an update as to how he is doing after what had to be the scare of his life.

“I just wanted to let everyone know that we are all safe and sound,” said Darryl, who mentioned that he might end up participating in a benefit concert for those hit the hardest by the storm. “God’s been good again. I love all of you and I appreciate all of your prayers.”

Fans were first informed that Darryl was indeed safe via a Facebook post by a member of Darryl’s camp on Feb. 20. “They are fine. They weathered the storm in a concrete storm room at the resort.”

The cyclone barged through Fiji at 7 a.m. ET and is the island’s most powerful storm to date, leaving at least six people dead with the death toll rising. Widespread power outages, flooding and heavy wind gusts severely damaged houses, but luckily for Darryl and flocking tourists, hotels were nearly unscathed. Darryl was slated to play the islands weeklong event, “Tunes in the Tropics.”

Nashville-based writer and Rare Country contributor Melinda Lorge has always been passionate about country music. Follow her @MelindaLorge and join the conversation @RareCountry.
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