Celebrities are outraged as yet another shooting makes headlines. Click inside to see what stars like Debra Messing and more are saying about the terrifying shooting on the UCLA campus.
On Thursday, June 1, a shooter brought fear and devastation to the UCLA campus near Boelter Hall in Los Angeles, California. As two victims from the shooting were reported, celebrities quickly took to social media to share their thoughts, prayers, and concerns about the terrifying occurrence.
Debra Messing led the charge as one of the first celebrities to respond to the shooting at UCLA, which appeared to still be an active situation at the time this post was published on HollywoodLife.com. The Smash actress took a selfie of herself watching the scary news while wearing a bright orange “Under The Gun” t-shirt to bring awareness to never ending gun violence the United States sees every single day.
However, she wasn’t alone. Tommy Chong also chimed in with good vibes for the students of UCLA, his words hopeful that the horrific incident would come to an end without any further injuries.
Many YouTubers were also quick to chime in with their support of UCLA, sharing their thoughtful words and overall fear regarding the situation. Check out celebrity tweets and reactions to the news below, and make sure to check back for updates soon:
HORRENDOUS Watching news about shooting at UCLA with casualties while taking selfie 2bring awareness to Gun Violence pic.twitter.com/ws1DAHQpHb
— Debra Messing (@DebraMessing) June 1, 2016
UCLA school shooting, When is enough enough. It's time to change our gun laws and change America
— Chloë Grace Moretz (@ChloeGMoretz) June 1, 2016
Wow so many cops.. So so scary. Thoughts going out to everyone at UCLA. Stay safe 😞 pic.twitter.com/cWWMRgn6Qb
— Justine Ezarik (@ijustine) June 1, 2016
Pray for those in LA over at UCLA currently. Let's put an end to gun violence.
— Tommy Chong (@tommychong) June 1, 2016
If you're at UCLA right now, be alert and careful! https://t.co/ofMXE3PvzC
— elan gale (@theyearofelan) June 1, 2016
Stay safe UCLA students!!
— Bryan Lanning (@bryanlanning) June 1, 2016
Our thoughts remain with the family and friends of the victims, as well as the students and staff of UCLA.