Ariana Grande Offered To Pay For The Funerals Of The 22 Victims Killed In The Bombing

Ariana Grande after the horrible bombing of the children in Manchester, England during her concert, she offered to pay for the funerals of the 22 victim, The Daily Mail reported.

An account devoted to the singer called Ariana Updates, says that the heartbroken singer offered to help the families of the 22 victims of the bombing in the Manchester Arena following her concert. The site posted: : ‘News on Ariana: Ariana has reached out to the families who’s loves ones died last night….she is gonna pay for the funerals!’

Right after the attack the Ariana said that she was “broken” by the terror.

Saffie Roussos an eight-year-old girl was one of the victims, who were publicly revealed, till now only nine of the victims are publicly disclosed.

The suicide bomber was British-born Salman Abedi using a homemade bomb filled with nails and bolts. The incident happened just inside the entrance to Manchester Arena as the audience was leaving the concert. Most of the victims were children.

The drummer of the band stated that they are all in distress over the attack.

Musician Aaron Spears said that the bombing will be a “painful memory” that will live with them forever.

The drummer explained his experience on Instagram.

‘We finished the show and we were walking back to our dressing rooms and BOOM!!!’ We could hear people we had no idea what it was… There was all kinds of speculation as to what was going on…‘

Like 5 minutes after getting to the room, security came in and informed us that we had to evacuate the building immediately.

‘It was then that we realized this was serious. Initially we thought that the sound was all kinds of things but it didn’t hit that this was a bomb until we were evacuated and they told us exactly what was going on.’

“It’s so heartbreaking because so many little ones attend our shows… I just keep thinking about them,” Spears added.

“I’m extremely thankful that no one on the touring crew was physically hurt but this painful memory will live with us all forever,’ he concluded. ‘I’m still just in disbelief… It’s so surreal…,” the drummer concluded.

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