The singer Ariana Grande keeps in its memory the terrible night of his concert in Manchester three years ago, where died, 22 people and thousands were wounded due to a terrorist attack during his presentation. So that sent a message to all the families that were affected.
The interpreter of “God is a woman” used his account of Instagram to send an emotional message about the sad fact.
“I want to take a moment to recognize and send my love to all who are feeling sadness and grief for the anniversary” reads the first part of the message in their “stories”.
“Not a day goes by that this does not affect me still me and all. I’ll be thinking of you all week. My heart, thoughts and prayers are with you,” said the interpreter of “7 Rings”.
It should be recalled that in 2017, the singer came to England as part of its tour Dangerous Woman. At the end of his presentation at the Manchester Arena, a suicide bomber detonated a bomb on the outside of the stadium causing the death of 22 teens and thousands of wounded.
Two weeks after the attack, the u.s. returned to the city with more artists, such as Justin Bieber and Katy Perry, to perform a concert and raise funds for the families that were affected.
The singer premiered yesterday a new single titled “Rain on me” as a duet with Lady Gaga.