Tuesday, May 23, 2017


My heart was filled with so much remorse last night when I found out about what happened at the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester. I can not believe that someone would literally have the audacity to come to a concert full of children and terrorize them like this. These were KIDS who begged their parents for tickets to see someone who they love with the intention to have a great time only to end up like that. It's baffling.

For those who are unaware or are new to the story, Ariana Grande performed in Manchester last night. The concert was a success however at the end of the concert, as everyone was making their way out, a speaker blew up causing everyone to leave in horror. 22 were pronounced dead and a numerous amount of others have gone missing. A countless amount of parents took to social media posting videos and photos of their children in the hopes of finding them. A beloved #Arianator named Gia (who was a great influence to the fangirl world on twitter) passed away as a result of this event and was one of the first to be pronounced as someone who did not make it. Several children have been found today but are injured.

As a result of this unfortunate event, Ariana cancelled the rest of her tour. Many celebrities have made statements of remorse in regards to this terrible event and gave Ariana words of comfort via social media.

Today, photos of Ariana arriving back home being greeted by her boyfriend, Mac Miller, surfaced today. Her face showed signs of hysterical crying.

As a fan of Ariana Grande, my heart aches for her. My heart aches for the parents and the children both gone and found. Concerts are for enjoyment! Its a place where you can let go and feel free being around people who share the same interest as you. I have no words. This is just..unreal. Please keep all who were involved in your thoughts and prayers.

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