NICKI SAYS SHE IS NOT AFRAID TO PERFORM IN MANCHESTER AFTER TRAGIC ARIANA GRANDE CONCERT BOMBINGNicki Minaj says she is nit going to let fear tell her where she will and will not perform.
Minaj was very disheartened for Ariana Grande and all who suffered from the tragedy. She tweeted, “Ariana’s my sister. I love her, and I love the people of the UK, and I’m devastated by the news,” she said. “It’s heartbreaking.”
When asked whether or not she will cancel upcoming tour dates in England the rap-singer replied, “No, because we don’t operate in fear,” Minaj told TMZ. “Nope.”
At least 22 people were killed and 59 injured following the suicide bombing at Ariana Grande’s concert. The suicide bomber suspect has been identified as 22-year-old Salman Adebi. Three more men were arrested in connection to the crime in Manchester on Wednesday, a day after a 23-year-old man became the first to be arrested.