May 22, 2020, marks three years since the Manchester Arena bombing. Nearly 1,000 people were injured and 22 people died after explosives exploded during the Ariana Grande concert at the venue. Since then, the singer has done so much to honor those trapped in the attack and raise money to support those affected. Towards the anniversary, Ariana Grande shared an emotional message about the attack and sending love and prayers to people who are still suffering.
Grande has been open about the fact that he is suffering from PTSD after atrocities almost three years ago. In an Instagram story about a plain gray background, he wrote, “I want to take a moment to acknowledge and send my love to everyone who feel the sadness and overwhelming burden of the warning coming this week. “
In an interview with British Vogue in 2018 he admitted that time had become his greatest physician but said “I don’t think I will never know how to talk about it and not cry. “In today’s Instagram story he continues,” Not a day goes by this does not affect you and we all still are. I will think of you all week and weekends. My heart, mind and prayers are always with you. “He signed the story with heart emojis and black bees, representing the Manchester worker bee which has been a symbol of hope since the attack.
Grande has done many things to commemorate the attack and the people who were injured and died. In June 2017, he did organizing a One Love concert in Manchester. Featuring Miley Cyrus, Coldplay, Little Mix, and Justin Bieber to name a few, the benefit is raising money for the Manchester We Love Manchester Emergency Fund which was established after the bombing. He also returned to Manchester in 2019 to become the Manchester Pride headline.
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