Ariana Grande’s Manager Responds to Manchester Tragedy: ‘Am I Angry? Hell Yes.’

Scooter Braun vows to honor the victims of deadly attack “by living each day full”

Ariana Grande’s manager has responded to the deadly bombing at Grande’s concert in Manchester, expressing his anger over the tragedy but vowing to honor the victims.

In a series of tweets published Wednesday, Scooter Braun said that he had experienced joy “for the first time in days” after taking his parents out to dinner,” and said that he will honor those whose lives were lost in the tragedy by “by living each day full. Full of fun, full of laughter, full of joy.”

To the perpetrators of the bombing and other terrorist acts, Braun offered, “So if u think u scared us…if you think your cowardice act made us change how we live…sorry. All you did was make us appreciate every day.”

Braun ended his string of tweets by summing up, “Am I angry? Hell yes. But how will we respond? With everything you think you took from us… love and joy and life!”

At least 22 people were killed and 59 were injured after a suicide attacker set of a home-made bomb in England’s Manchester Arena, in an attack that British Prime Minister Theresa May called “appalling” and “sickening.”

Following the attack, Grande took to Twitter to express her grief.

“Broken,” the singer wrote. “From the bottom of my heart, I am so so sorry. I don’t have words.”

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