Music stars Meek Mill, Big Sean, Pharrell Williams and more have all spoken out and sent prayers to Paris amid the publicized Friday (November 13) attacks.
Hip-hop expressed its feelings across social media platforms like Instagram once the news went viral.
I happen to be out here in Paris right now and thank God im safe people. But there are innocent lives being taken as we speak. I pray for all the innocent civilians in this tragedy. We just want World Peace. Lets love eachother people. Enough with the Hate. Pray for Paris!!! May GOD end this tragedy. GOD Bless!! #prayforparis
Man. Just literally heard about #Paris (was filming earlier I wasn't aware) this is so heartbreaking man. This is beyond the "thoughts and prayers go to" post. Paris took us in from the cold and gave us a home. I've performed and chilled at #Bataclan more times than I can remember. The staff and people there….look I dunno what to say man….I'm at a lost for words….#WeNeedPeace. Praying that Paris heals. Praying the world can heal.
Handfuls of hip-hop artists relied on Twitter to speak out on the Paris tragedy.
— DJ DRAMA (@DJDRAMA) November 14, 2015
underneath it all we're just the same. how can people be so ugly. me and my band send a prayer out to… https://t.co/zmjHGbvAdI
— Blonde Don (@machinegunkelly) November 14, 2015
Prayers and love out to Paris. This is terrible. 😞
— Crime Rhyme Houdini (@JustBlaze) November 14, 2015
Pray for people in Paris 🙏🏿🙏🏿🙏🏿🙏🏿🙏🏿
— Tony Yayo (@TonyYayo) November 13, 2015
The horrific attack killed more than 100 people Friday (November 13).
Eight ISIS terrorists wielding AK-47s and wearing suicide belts carried out coordinated attacks at six sites around Paris Friday night, killing at least 127 people and wounding at least 180 others, France’s president said Saturday. American citizens were among the injured and the U.S. government was working closely with French authorities to identify the victims, the State Department said Saturday morning. (Fox News)
One shooting spree took place at a sold-out concert for a United State rock band.
The attack on the 1,500-seat Bataclan hall was by far the deadliest of Friday night’s attacks. Gunmen opened fire on concert-goers watching US rock group Eagles of Death Metal. The event had been sold out. (BBC)