Despite the peaceful talks and campaigns going around the world, just yesterday, information from Manchester United Kingdom have it that while an artist was performing, a explosion which was suspected to be a bomb detonated.
The artist Ariana Grande who was at the venue of the event saw the explosion first hand. Towards that end, various artist and musical performers have trooped to the social media in order to express their anger over the explosion.
Some of them have trooped to the social media in order to express their grievances and console the missing families. Below are some of the tweets.
I'm sad to see other terrorism victims. My solidarity with all the people involved with the tradegy at the #ManchesterArena— Roberto Mancini (@robymancio) 23 May 2017
#ManchesterArena blast.— Metro Radio News (@MetroRadioNews) 23 May 2017
4 people from NE missing.
Courtney Boyle & Philip Tron (Gateshead)
Chloe Rutherford & Liam Curry (South Shields) pic.twitter.com/DRqhMGOP1P
19 dead, some 50 injured in #ManchesterArena attack. What kind of sick coward slaughters kids like this? https://t.co/N6v7zZuTzJ pic.twitter.com/54PvH3afEh— Andrew Stroehlein (@astroehlein) 23 May 2017
RT im begging you.This is my cousin and his GF they got split up in the chaos in #Manchester and i cant contact any of them #ManchesterArena pic.twitter.com/lb8e0YDVUz— Brad Forde (@DareToValcuriaa) 23 May 2017