Frankie James Grande, the brother of pop singer Ariana Grande, has finally spoken up after the horrible incident at her sister's concert in Manchester that killed 22 people and has left 59 others injured. The male entertainer said in a series of tweets that he has been praying for the victims of the "horrific tragedy" as well as their families.

Love, Unity, and Empowerment

Instead of spreading hate after the Manchester attack, Frankie James asked the public to propagate nothing but "love, unity and empowerment" in this difficult times. He even encouraged everyone to "shine brighter" when evil threatens to control over their lives.

The entertainer ended his post with an expression of his love to those who fell victims of the explosion outside the Manchester Arena. He also shared the link to a fundraising website that is intended for the victims of the terrorist act. His sister, on the other hand, is reportedly planning to go back to Manchester to hold a benefit concert.

Reports stated the concert for a cause would happen on June 4. Aside from Ariana, some of the big names in the music industry will also participate in the benefit show for the victims of the Manchester tragedy. The 23-year-old singer personally announced her plan to return to the country through her Twitter account on Friday.

'I have been thinking of my fans'

In her lengthy statement, the "Dangerous Woman" singer said the past few days has been difficult for her, stating that all she can think about was her fans and those who were affected by the occurrence in Manchester. Although she has done nothing wrong, Ariana apologized to everyone for the "pain and fear" that these people are going through after the incident.

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But despite the tragedy, the American singer promised not to "quit or operate in fear." She also asked the public to stay united in fighting this kind of evil act. Ariana said the best way to recover from this incident is to bounce back stronger, the spread love instead of hate, to sing louder, and become better persons.

The "Almost is Never Enough" artist revealed her friends in the music industry have reached out to her to join her as she returns to Manchester for the benefit concert.

Although no further details were revealed, the singer promised to update her fans when everything is good to go personally.

Ariana's "Dangerous Woman" concert tour is currently suspended after the incident at her UK concert.