Stars’ World AIDS Day Tweets – See Celebrity Messages

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By Michael Lewittes

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December 1 marks the 27th annual World Aids Day, a day dedicated to raising awareness about AIDS and HIV. Stars like Eva Longoria, Victoria Beckham, and Taye Diggs are doing their part to draw attention to the cause by sharing their World Aids Day messages on social media. See what celebrities are saying below!

Andy Cohen urged his followers to support amFAR’s efforts to find a cure. He tweeted, “Over 36M people are living w/ #HIV. The fight is far from over @amfARneeds our support: #WorldAIDSDay.” Mark Ruffalo used the opportunity to thank public health advocate and LGBT rights activist Larry Kramer, writing on Twitter, “Thank you Larry Kramer! #WorldAIDSDay.”

Pepa issued a warning to her followers, particularly the men, saying, “Be aware and fellas wrap it up! #WorldAIDSDay #LetsTalkAboutAids @UNAIDS.” Diggs called on his followers to donate to the cause, tweeting, “Help me support @CARE: RT this to #donate$50 to @CARE on #WorldAIDSDay and #GivingTuesday. Confirm your gift with link in reply.”

Beckham, who designed a T-shirt, with 100 percent of the proceeds being donated to UN Aids, wrote, “Zero new HIV infections. Zero discrimination. Zero AIDS related deaths. Let’s make it our mission. #WAD2015.” Meanwhile, Longoria shared a picture of herself (above), wearing the T-shirt Beckham created with the caption, “Supporting my dear friend @VictoriaBeckham with my #WAD2015 t-shirt! 100% of the proceeds will go to @unaidsglobal #MakingADifference.” And Richard Branson encouraged his followers to work together to find a cure. He tweeted, “If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.#WorldAIDSDay.”

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