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The emotional letter a man wrote to Ariana Grande after the bomb attack in Manchester.

A fan of Ariana  who felt he  should advice the singer properly, wrote an open letter to her after she had tweeted how sorry she was following the bomb attack.

After Manchester Arena Bombing, Patrick Millsaps, who felt the 23 Year old singer is already part of his family because of how much they do enjoy her music. He never wanted her to suffer depression due to the bombing incident but would rather write this open letter to her.

“You have been a part of our family for years. On occasion, your songs may have stayed on the radio AFTER I have dropped the girls off at school,”
As the letter continued, Millsaps urged the 23-year-old not to blame herself for the deadly attack that took place. “You are no more responsible for the actions of an insane corward who committed an evil act in your proximity than you would be for a devastating natural disaster or acts of morons near your hotel,” he wrote.

“Spend time with your God, your family and your friends who will give you space and support when you need it,” he advised.

“When and only when you are ready….SING AGAIN. Music is the international language of peace. Every time you open your mouth and share that incredible God-given gift to the world, you make this crappy world a little less crappy,” Millsaps concluded. “Your fans aren’t going anywhere.”

Nevertheless, the American Singer will be going to Manchester on Monday to to play a benefit gig for the victims of the attack at her concert on Monday.

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