Justin Bieber Fans Beg His Manager to Cancel UK Show After Ariana Grande Concert Terror Attack

After an explosion at Ariana Grande's U.K. show in Manchester killed at least 22 and left dozens of people injured Monday night, young fans are rallying together to get Justin Bieber's manager to cancel his upcoming U.K. show.
Scooter Braun, who manages both Grande and Bieber shared a post on his Twitter after the devastating attack at Ariana's concert. Among the 1000 plus replies from concerned fans was a number of Bieber stans who were persuading Braun to cancel the singers upcoming show.
Hundreds of young fans flooded the mentions to say that even though they are well aware that
Bieber wants to put on a show for his supporters, it might be smart to cancel the show strictly because for security reasons.
At least 22 people, including children, were killed in the blast at Manchester Arena in the United Kingdom on Monday, making it the most deadly terror attack on British soil since the 2005 London bombings. Police have said a man armed with explosives executed the attack on his own and died in the blast, but a 23-year-old man was arrested Tuesday in south Manchester in connection to the attack.
And according to CNN, that may be ISIS, which has claimed responsibility for the attack. However, CNN notes the terrorist organization regularly takes credit for attacks it has no proven links to and the police investigating the tragedy did not yet name the group, either.
Insiders close to the 23-year-old pop star says Grande was "in hysterics" after learning at least 19 of her fans were killed with many more injured.
According to insiders close to Grande, the singer's world tour has not yet officially been suspended as her team assesses the situation.