Ariana Grande’s brother, 34-year-old Frankie Grande headed to Twitter on Sunday to open up about the attack at his sister’s concert at the Manchester Arena last Monday. Grande said his thoughts and prayers are with the families and victims of the horrific tragedy that happened in Manchester.

As reported by People, Grande went on to echo his sister Ariana’s sentiments, saying people must not allow hate to propagate or give in to fear, adding that everyone should rather come together to spread a message of love, empowerment, and unity.

Crowdfunding page set up for victims of Manchester Arena attack

Frankie also tweeted to thank everyone for their strength during such a difficult time and added a link to a JustGiving crowdfunding page, set up by the Manchester Evening News to give financial support to the families affected by the terror attack. According to the crowdfunding page, all money raised is to be administered by the British Red Cross, which is currently giving support to the families affected by the tragedy. All funds will reportedly go to the victims’ families.

Suicide bomber at Ariana Grande’s concert in Manchester

On Monday, May 22, 22 people were killed, and dozens more injured when Salman Abedi set off a nail-filled bomb in a public area of the Manchester Arena, just after Grande finished her set.

Many of the injured victims remain in hospital following the attack. Among the dead were several teenagers, parents waiting to collect their children and an eight-year-old girl, Saffie Roussos. Grande, 23, was not injured in the attack and sent a lengthy letter to her fans via Twitter on Friday.

Ariana also announced that she will be hosting a benefit concert for the victims of the Manchester Arena attack.

US Magazine notes that the concert is due to be held on Sunday, June 4. All proceeds from the benefit concert will be for the families of the victims of the attack.

Family concerned over Ariana Grande's safety

As reported by TMZ, Grande’s family is so concerned about her safety, security vehicles are lined up outside her family’s home in Boca Raton.

While the house is situated in a gated community, the family doesn’t want to take any chances. Besides private security vehicles, there are reportedly two police vehicles constantly stationed outside the home.

Ariana’s mother, Joan, did tell TMZ she always lays on extra security when Ariana is in town, but reportedly the security has definitely been beefed up following the Manchester attack.