‘We won’t let hate win’ – Ariana Grande’s powerful statement in response to terror attack

By Ronan Duffy

POPSTAR ARIANA GRANDE has said she will return to Manchester to play a benefit concert for the victims and families of Monday’s terrorist attack.

The attack took place at the end of a concert by the 23-year-old singer at the Manchester Arena. It left 22 people dead and at least 59 people injured.

In a social media post, Grande said she wants to extend her hand, heart and everything she can possibly give” to the victims of the attack and their loved ones.

Grande says the response to the violence must be to “come closer together”, adding that: “We will not quit or operate in fear.”
‘We won’t let hate win’ – Ariana Grande’s powerful statement in response to terror attack.

The American singer’s concert in Manchester was attacked by a suicide bomber.

Here the statement in full:


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That Ghanaian Girl

We must stand strong and continue be living,
We must never forget the strength of our unity,
We must always remember that we are stronger than them, they can bomb our land, but they won’t break our hearts… We will always win


Hate has taken over already, fuck ISIS


We won’t give up… We won’t surrender, ISIS won’t win

Elna Brad

Sure, hate won’t win, we will win

Phil Collins

As long as we don’t give up, as long as we keep looking up… Hate will never win

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