Ariana Grande took to Twitter in a heartfelt post to her 46 million followers on Friday, writing: “We will not stop or operate in fear. We will not let this divide us. We won’t let hatred win.”
Social media users quickly responded to the pop star’s promise to return and perform in Manchester.
— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) May 26, 2017
A user writes: “I am so proud of you and your behavior of Ari. You inspire us. #StayStrong.
@ArianaGrande I’m so proud of you and your behavior of Ari. You inspire us. #StayStrong
— Celopan✨Patito?? (@CelopanYT) May 26, 2017
Another said: “We love you and we will always be here babe strong, I am so proud of how you handled everything.”
@ArianaGrande We love you and we will always be here babe strong, I am so proud of how you handled everything ???
bag likes of ariana (@whytryshay) May 26, 2017
ARIANA GRANDE VOWS TO RETURN TO MANCHESTER: “WE WON’T LET THIS DIVIDE US’
Grande is shocked by the incident in which 22 people were killed by a suicide bomber outside her concert in Macnchester, England. The singer suspended several dates of her tour and returned to her home in Florida after the attack.
This is the first time that the 23-year-old addressed the terrorist attack since her tweet on May 22 that simply read, “broken. from the bottom of my heart, I am so, so very much. I have no words.”