Ariana Grande Has Reportedly Offered To Cover Funeral Costs Of Manchester Attack Victims


While England and the world still mourn the victims of the Manchester terrorist attack on Monday, Ariana Grande, whose concert at the city’s Manchester Arena was the premise for the bloodbath has reportedly taken action to help the victims’ families.

News are coming through that the Florida-born performer has first canceled the remainder of her Dangerous Woman tour in response to the tragedy, and the 23-year-old has now reportedly offered to pay for the funerals of all the fans who were tragically killed in the terrorist attack at her concert.

Grande declared herself ‘broken’ after a suicide bomber detonated a bomb after the end of her show, killing 22 people and leaving another 120 injured. It was since reported that most of the fans at the indoors arena were minors.

Nine of the twenty-two victims have been named so far, including 8-year-old Saffie Roussos and 15-year-old Olivia Campbell.

Grande flew back to her hometown of Boca Raton, Florida on Tuesday. “She can’t believe this happened. She just wants to be with her family and loved ones right now,” a source close to the pop star told People magazine.

Although Grande’s gesture is yet to be confirmed and her representatives have been unavailable for comment thus far, strong rumors are gathering pace that the singer has indeed reached out to the families of the victims.

The news have sparked outpourings of gratefulness and support on social media, where users are praising Ariana’s gesture.


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