SCOOTER BRAUN RESPONDS TO THE MANCHESTER ATTACKS

Since the tragic attacks at Ariana Grande's concert in Manchester on Monday (5/22) the artist has released one statement via Twitter expressing her grief. There have been reports that since suspending her Dangerous Woman tour, she's returned to Boca Raton, Fla., to recover with her mother.

Wednesday night, manager Scooter Braun took to Twitter to give his response to Monday night's terrorist attack. Braun's tweets urged his 4m followers not to let terrorism take the day by causing them to live in fear.

Braun encouraged his followers to love their neighbors, and to celebrate the differences between one another. His tweets were driven with the message to live fully both in tribute to those who were lost in the attack and in defiance of those who would have us live in fear. He closed his series of tweets with reassurances that he's angry too, but anger isn't the answer.

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