It was only yesterday that a bomb blast wreaked havoc at Manchester during Ariana Grande’s concert and celebrities were praying for the victims, the injured and the dead. Terror struck London once again on June 3 2017 after an unidentified man drove a white van into the crowd of people on London Bridge. The rampage killed seven people and injured dozens of others. During the terror drive, two other men targeted pedestrians and slashed their throats with 12 inch knives. It was reported that gun shots were also heard by eyewitnesses in the background. The entire episode created an atmosphere of panic, grief and terror something that the perpetrators were aiming at. Many celebrities like Ariana Grande, Cara Delevingne, Sofia Vergara, Simon Cowell, Khloe Kardashian, John Mayer, Ivanka Trump and more took to Twitter to mourn for those who lost their lives and send prayers and hope to people who are recovering at the hospital or traumatized due to e the experience.

The attacks that took place at London Bridge and Borough Market is just days away from general election on June 8, 2017. Ariana Grande whose concert was also ripped apart by a bomb blast a few days earlier was rightfully pained and grieved after hearing the news of another terror attack. She wrote on Twitter, “Praying for London.” US President Donald Trump posted a controversial response to the London Bridge attack and justified his travel ban policy which once again brought him some flak. He wrote, “We need to be smart, vigilant and tough. We need the courts to give us back our rights. We need the Travel Ban as an extra level of safety!” Manchester Arena Blast 2017: James Corden pays heartfelt tribute to victims at Ariana Grande’s concert (Watch video)

Sample some tweets of the celebrities:

Donald Trump tweeted in his controversial way, but added a sympathetic tweet as well:

His daughter Ivanka Trump also expressed grief:

With these bombings and senseless terror attacks we wonder what has the world got to and how much can people take? Isn’t it time to sit back and think where we went wrong? The world is a beautiful place and full of beautiful people but only when we see this beauty in our fellow beings and love them unconditionally. The world will not get repaired by arms, ammunition and retaliation but with love, acceptance, understanding and empathy.