Manager of Ariana Grande Made Some Powerful Tweets about the Manchester Attack

News by Alex Supertramp Published on 28 May,2017 Updated on 31 May,2017

Manager of Ariana Grande Scooter Braun spread messages on Twitter after the massive attack during the concert.

 The 23 years old singer’s manager paid his condolence to 22 deaths and more than 50 injured people.

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He on Wednesday went on posting a series of tweets in which he expressed his views on we should stay positive. His tweets were heartfelt and powerful at the same time. His tweets that were way more encouraging stated no to let fear rule anyone.

Here are what he tweeted:



















Ariana Grande has put her tour of Europe on hold and recently she met her boyfriend to spend some time to overcome this moment of grief.  After the concert, she went on Twitter and wrote: “broken”. "From the bottom of my heart, I am so so sorry. I don't have words."