*Haitian-born musician-activist Wyclef Jean said he spent Thursday removing bodies from the streets of his native Port-au-Prince in the wake of a 7.0 magnitude earthquake. (Watch interview below.)

“We spent the day picking up dead bodies, all day that’s what we did,” Jean told Fox News. “There’s so much bodies in the streets that the morgues are filled up, the cemeteries are filled up.

Describing conditions in the Haitian capital as “the apocalypse,” Wyclef wants the US government to impose a state of emergency.

“We have to raise a million dollars a day. In four or five days, this whole country is going to be in chaos. We are calling for a state of emergency,” he said. “We are calling for a state of emergency please President Obama, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton… we have to do something for this country.”

“The count is not 100,000,” Clef said of the projected death toll. “There’s at least, has to be four to five hundred thousand people that is about to die.”

Below, Wyclef Jean is interviewed on Fox News.