Now that some more time has passed since the tragedy, Ariana Grande’s manager, Scooter Braun has decided to tell all on how she reacted to the terrorist attack that took place at her concert in Manchester. According to the man, the singer was traumatized by the deadly incident and cried for days.
We all knew that Ariana was very affected by the explosion at her show last May, but now we learned just how heartbroken she really was.
As you probably remember, the attack took the lives of no less than 22 of her young fans and their parents.
As a result, Ariana almost canceled her Dangerous Woman tour, Scooter says.
‘When she found out fans of hers had died she was really sad. She cried for days, she felt everything – every face they announced, every name, she wore them on her sleeve. Every bit of emotion because that is who she is,’ the man shared.
Following the attack, Ariana along with Scooter went to the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, and he called spending time with 19 of the injured victims the ‘hardest two hours of either of our lives.’
‘After the first family, I had to help her, she was so distraught, and I was lost. It was beyond difficult. But every single time we were down we reminded each other that we get to go home.’
‘Our loved ones are still going to stay there. That mother’s never coming home, that daughter’s never coming home, that son’s never coming home, that dad’s never coming home,’ the famed managed added, referring to the fact that some parents who were waiting for their young ones outside the concert venue lost their lives as well.
While Grade seriously considered not performing anymore, she thought she had to so that all of those people ‘didn’t die in vain.’
‘We did not have the right to be so sad we could not continue. The terrorist made a mistake…they picked the wrong god damn show. Because if they thought we were going to roll over they do not know Ariana and they do not know me,’ Scooter proclaimed.