She then cited her plans to return to the "incredibly brave" city of Manchester in order to lend support to her fans, as well as raise funds for the victims and their families.
Britain has reportedly stopped sharing information with the United States about the bombing in Manchester following leaks. We won't let this divide us. "We will never be able to understand why events like this take place because it is not in our nature, which is why we shouldn't recoil", she wrote.
Abedi reportedly returned from Libya only a few days before the attack which killed 22 people including several children but police are still trying to pin down his movements as well as a wider network. "The alleged leaks coming out of government agencies are deeply troubling", Donald Trump said in the statement released b his office.
Another Grande insider previously told PEOPLE the star "loves her fans and is absolutely crushed and devastated as you can imagine".
Grande noted that from the start of her Dangerous Woman tour, she intended for her concerts to be "a safe space for fans", where they could "escape, celebrate [and] heal" - and she said the attack wouldn't change that. She apologized for any pain and offered to "extend my hand and heart and everything I possibly can give to you and yours".
British Home Secretary Amber Rudd says Manchester suicide bomber Salman Abedi was known "up to a point" to the British intelligence services and police.
"The arrest is connected to Monday's attack on the Manchester Arena, but this is a fast moving investigation and we are keeping an open mind at this stage", the statement said. Abedi's brother and father were arrested by a militia in that country after the bombing, the militia said.
The singer has remained mostly silent since the bombing tweeting after the attack, "broken. from the bottom of my heart, i am so so sorry. i don't have words".
- Police arrest three more men in south Manchester, a short walk from the house where Abedi lived.