More on that terror attack that rocked Ariana Grande ‘s concert

This week we’ve been relatively quiet due to final studies before summer,  however, we’re back. And we’re back with probably some of the most devastating news we’ll ever have to report. According to police, 22 people were killed this week after a suicide bomber   detonated a  bomb during an Ariana Grande concert.

This is what we know.

As of this writing, some 5,000 people/troops have been deployed to the streets of London to police public events like concerts

Police are asking everyone to be on high alert.

This is the first time the U.K’s terror threat has been at the most critical level available since 2007.

According to the Prime Minister, another attack is almost imminent.

Meanwhile, people around Manchester are reportedly opening their homes to those injured.   In other news,  photos and names of the victims have begun to surface as of Tuesday night and we’re working with police to confirm each identity.

Over in the states,  photos of Ariana Grande have surfaced since the attack. Reps for Grande refused to comment on the attacks, although, those in her inner circle say she’s “pretty broken up and having a hard time”.

We’ve learned during this  writing, that, Grande has reportedly suspended her Dangerous Woman tour   following the attack. It is uncertain if she will ever resume the remaining leg(s) of her tour.

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