Entertainment world reacts to news of Texas mass shooting
The music and entertainment world have reacted after a church shooting in Sutherland Springs, Texas, left at least 26 dead yesterday and many more injured (November 5).
Those who lost their lives ranged from the young age of only 5 - 72 years old. The “white male” gunman was later found dead in his car some miles away and identified by a U.S. official and one in law enforcement officer as Devin Kelley.
The mass shooting is the deadliest in Texan history, and the second US mass shooting to have occurred recently after the Las Vegas tragedy in which 58 people were killed and more than 500 injured by gunman Stephen Paddock at the Route 91 Harvest music festival.
Below are just a few of the tweets shared by those in music and entertainment:
"Enough with the prayin'. Time to start legislatin" - Stephen King
"My heart breaks over the news coming out of Texas 💔 My prayers are with the Sutherland Springs community" - Britney Spears
"My thoughts are with those in Texas caught up in another avoidable and senseless tragedy. Haven't heard the word terrorist, he must be white" - Matty from The 1975
"Another terrible shooting in Texas. My heart is with you" - Boy George
"Our love goes out to everyone impacted by today’s tragedy in the beautiful state of Texas ❤️" - Fifth Harmony
"It shouldn't even be conceivable that 3-5% of a town could be gunned-down in mere seconds. Vegas & now this. Too many innocent people gone" - Kevin McHale
"Absolutely gutted by what happened in Texas. May god bless all the victims and their families and friends 😔" - Bebe Rexha
"Sending all our love to those in Texas affected by yet another senseless and heartbreaking shooting" - Imagine Dragons
"I feel sadness, rage and hopelessness after hearing about the terrorist act in Texas. Politicians better wake the fuck up. No guns. Period" - Zara Larsson
Watch news footage about the incident, below:
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