DUBAI: Fulfilling every millennial and Gen-Z’s childhood dreams, stars from shows like “Hannah Montana,” “Suite Life of Zack and Cody,” “Wizards of Waverly Place,” and “Drake and Josh” came together to wish their Muslim fans a blessed Ramadan this week.
Non-profit, US-based initiative Paani Project brought the stars together in a one-minute long video, which it shared on its official Twitter platform on the first day of the Holy Month.
“Ramadan Kareem,” wrote the non-profit on Twitter. “Paani brought out a few childhood favorites to share a message with you all.”
The video featured the likes of Lindsay Lohan, Jesse McCartney, Jennifer Stone, Phil Lewis, Maria Canals-Barrera, Drake Bell and skateboarder Tony Hawk.
Ramadan Kareem Paani brought out a few childhood favorites to share a message with you all pic.twitter.com/xYbHPhZRzA
— پانی Paani (@PaaniProject) April 12, 2021
“Hannah Montana” star Jason Earles sent greetings to “all my wonderful, beautiful and inspirational Muslim brothers and sisters.”
Meanwhile, Kyle Massey, who played Corey Baxter in “That’s So Raven” and “Corey in the House” said “I want to wish you guys a happy Ramadan. It is the most amazing time of the year and I want you guys to stay blessed and continue to make each other happy and be nice to one another.”
Paani Project was founded by four Pakistani-American students on a quest to provide sustainable solutions for the water crises in Pakistan.
“Wishing you a happy Ramadan, and thank you for all your work you’re doing in South Asia, building wells,” said Hawk in the clip.
i teared up ngl never thought i needed to hear this from mr moseby
— farticlemybarnacle (@aishaishy95) April 12, 2021
Naturally, millennials and Gen Z’ers on the social media platform were thrilled, sharing their excitement in response to the clip.
“I never knew I needed Mr. Mosbey and Mrs. Russo to wish me Ramadan Kareem. Thank u 3ammo w 3amto (sic),” wrote one user, in reference to two characters from Disney sitcoms.
“I love this so much, so many of my childhood favorite actors are here! Warmed my heart to see it and great respect to the project for building wells and helping out!” wrote another.