With the tragic Paris attacks underway, stars are showing their support through inspirational art on Instagram. Khloe Kardashian, Meek Mill, Bella Thorne and more are sending their love to France after the horrific terrorist attacks against the public. See their messages here.
Stars are sending their prayers across the world to Paris, where a reported 127 have been killed and many more were held hostage by terrorists. Khloe Kardashian, 31, Harry Styles, , Meek Mill, 28, and Bella Thorne, 18, have taken to Instagram to share their support for France. While we continue to cover the unfolding events overseas, take a look at their heartfelt messages, here.
Stars are sharing in the collective pain of the world while watching terror unfold in Paris on Nov. 13. While the world learns of the terrorists attacks of the Bataclan Theater, Stade de France, and more, Khloe, Meek, Kylie, Bella and more showed solidarity with the embattled city by posting beautiful, inspiring art with our allies in Paris. Here are some of their heartfelt messages.
"Once again, we've seen an outrageous attempt to terrorize innocent civilians," Obama said. "This is an attack not just on Paris, it's attack not just on the people of France, but this is an attack on all of humanity and the universal values that we share." 💔 #PrayForParis
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So far, at least 153 have been reportedly killed, including 112 people who had been held hostage in the Bataclan Theater where they had been attending an Eagles of Death Metal Concert. The attack has added to a national sense of fear that has built from a year of terror. In Jan., the headquarters of Charlie Hebdo were attacked, and an attack on the train also shook the nation. Our prayers are with Paris, and hope they can find peace and shut down whoever is responsible for the attack.
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— Emy LaCroix