Today in Tha Wire at times it's seems as if everyone has lost their minds.  There's so much hatred and senseless acts of violence going on in the world today, it's easy to lose sight of who we are.  Make no mistake....God is in control!  Period.  No evil deeds on earth, will ever conquer the power of love.  In the wake of the Manchester Arena suicide attack that took the lives of 22 innocent people, the goodwill of mankind is rising up.

Pop superstar Ariana Grande is fighting in the face of hate and letting it know, it will not and can not win.  On May 22, 2017 the singer had just wrapped up a performance on the Manchester, England stop of her Dangerous Woman Tour, when tragedy struck.  A suicide attacker took his life, and selfishly the lives of 22 innocent people.  The star was not injured, but along with the women and children who were killed, several of her fans were.

The good news is, whenever things like this happen, it only brings us together.  The heinous act, has only brought out the best of people.  Sunday June 4, 2017 Grande will return to Manchester to give back to the victims, and her fans with a benefit concert. According to the BBC, the event will go down at Old Trafford cricket stadium and the news network will broadcast live on TV and radio.

The young pop diva will headline The One Love Manchester show, where other mega stars have signed on to perform.  So far Justin Bieber, Usher, PharrellKaty Perry and Miley Cyrus have been confirmed to perform at the benefit.  All proceeds will go to the We Love Manchester emergency fund, to help the survivors and families of the innocent victims whose lives were stolen.

ABC News new images of the attacker have been discovered on various surveillance cameras prior the the explosion.

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