"[Tennessee] is a mess with floods," he Tweets. "Stay safe, everyone."

By Eunice Oh
May 05, 2010 07:30 PM
Credit: Courtesy Kenny Chesney

Add Kenny Chesney to the list of celebrities who’ve been affected by the severe Tennessee floods.

On Wednesday, the country star demonstrated just how serious the situation is by posting a photo on Twitter of himself nearly knee-deep in water. He can be seen clutching a white electric guitar while standing next to a small motorboat filled with several items, including a plastic storage box and a guitar case.

“Sending Anderson Cooper footage of my house under water,” the singer, 42, Tweeted Wednesday, a few hours before he was scheduled to appear on CNN to discuss the damage.

“TN is a mess with floods,” Chesney wrote on his Twitter page Sunday. “If you’re fortunate enough to help out, hit up the mid-TN Red Cross. Stay safe, everyone.”

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