'Your moral compass is warped'
Grande was headlining a show at Manchester Arena, before a lone bomber struck the foyer just as fans were leaving the venue – killing 22 people and injuring 59. Many of them were children and teenagers. The youngest among those named as dead was just 8-years-old.
Morgan had previously inspired outrage after carrying out an interview the morning after the attacks which many viewers described as ‘sickening‘, but now he’s caused another stir on Twitter by questioning why the star didn’t remain in Manchester to visit those injured, as the Queen did yesterday.
However, many have hit back at Morgan’s ‘ignorance’ and ‘insensitivity’, with one Twitter user arguing: “Take a step back and ask yourself ‘Does this traumatised girl need me to harass her?’, if your answer is yes, your moral compass is warped.”
There is currently a campaign to get Ariana Grande’s single ‘One More Time’ to top of the singles chart this week, while Manchester Evening News have also set up a JustGiving page to help those affected by the attack.
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The entertainment world has spoken out in tribute following the attack – with the likes of Johnny Marr, Taylor Swift, Liam Gallagher, Katy Perry, Harry Styles and many more honouring those who died and the people of Manchester.
Anyone with any information concerning the attack is asked to call the Anti-Terrorist Hotline in confidence on 0800 789321.