I’m not sure if I’m saying the right words, but I’ll do the best I can. For starters, I’m so sorry that this happened to you.
I’m also sorry to everyone effected by this tragedy.
Ariana, you’re one of my favorites. I really admire your artistry, your talent, and the way you carry yourself on stage. When people ask me to name the best singers you’ve ever heard? Hands down I say your name. I heard your first song “The Way” and been listening ever since.
You’re a sign of love, strength, courage, and hope. You created an environment of love and acceptance through your music and concerts. That night doesn’t change that. It’s been a weird few months for me, and I always keep your music close by. I played Dangerous Woman right before I ran the mini marathon in Indy (I didn’t train for it so I needed all the motivation I could get lol).
Ariana, this is not your fault. And it has nothing to do with you, your music, your concerts, or your fans. We live in a cruel world where people choose to be hateful. I sometimes can’t believe we live in a world that’s so vile.
You always said everything will be alright. It’s our turn to return the favor and step it up for you. Step it up by showing love to each other. I can’t imagine what you’re going through or processing right now. I wish I could give you a big hug, but I’ll do the next best thing and send you endless love and support. We’ll get through this together.