Empire State Building shooting: Celebs take to Twitter
The rich and famous are among the many sending out prayers and calling for an end to violence in the wake of a shooting at the Empire State Building. Take a look at who said what, and find out which celebrity talked to someone near the scene directly.
In the wake of the shootings at the Empire State Building on Friday morning, celebrities are reaching out to their followers on Twitter. Some are simply sending payers out to those affected, while others are calling for a change.
Jim Carrey: "No semi auto guns! Every 2 wks now, another mass shooting. AMERICA allowing this behavior is beneath us! Revise the second amendment. ;^\ ...GUNS GOTTA GO! ;^\"
Piers Morgan: "Empire State shooting terrible, but 19 people were shot in Chicago last night, 13 in 30 minutes. Someone has got to stop this gun madness."
Felicity Huffman: "My seat mate on the plane missed the Empire State shooting by 30 seconds. My Prayers with the victims and their families."
Kim Kardashian: "Sending my prayers to everyone involved with the Empire State Building shooting! This violence has got to stop!!!"...Also 19 people shot in Chicago last night! 13 people in 30 mins! Time to really rethink gun laws! This is just insane!!!"
Dr. Oz: "Join me in taking a moment to reflect on the tragedy at the Empire State Building, as we hope for the speedy recovery of all the victims"
Anna Kendrick: "awful awful awful. What's going on in the world?? Be safe New York."
Kris Jenner: "My Prayers going out to the families of the victims of The Empire State Building shooting... so so sad..."
Nicki Minaj: "Sorry to hear about this New York shooting. Sending love to the families & friends of the victims."
Donald Trump: "Terrible tragedy at the Empire State Building today. Must have fast trials and death penalty for the animals."
Khloe Kardashian-Odom: "Prayers and love being sent to the victims of the Empire State Building shooting. The violence has got to stop. #MakeAChange"
Rihanna: "My prayers go out to the victims of the shooting at the Empire State Building and their loved ones! #howmanymore"