The singer felt the effects of the 7.6 magnitude natural disaster that struck off the coast of Honduras on Tuesday night (Jan. 9), which shook parts of the Cayman and Caribbean Islands and Cancun.
After the quake, the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center issued an advisory, warning areas like Jamaica, Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands of a potential tsunami.
Tsunami sirens were heard going off along the coast of Belize shortly after the magnitude 7.6 quake hit northeast of Honduras.
The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center warned that tsunami waves of up to one meter (three feet) above tide level could hit parts of Honduras, Belize, Puerto Rico, the Cayman Islands, Jamaica and Cuba, among others. The natural disaster was measured at 9:52 p.m. ET.
The tsunami warning were in effect for two hours and then the advisories were withdrawn.
The tremor occurred about 6 miles (10 kilometers) below the surface.
There have been no immediate reports of damage or injuries, however, this is an ongoing story and more will be available as information is released.
In the Cayman Islands, Sgt. Dave McKay with Royal Cayman Islands Police, said hazard management officials had not issued a tsunami alert but authorities were monitoring the situation. The quake that devastated Haiti was magnitude 7.0.