Justin Bieber Tweets About Friend Lost In Paris Attacks
Justin Bieber is currently promoting his new album “Purpose,” but he has also been taking time out to pay his respects to the people killed in the Friday, November 13 terrorist attacks in Paris.
Bieber was personally affected, since an executive from his record label (Universal Music Group), Thomas Ayad, was killed at the Bataclan theater while attending the Eagles of Death Metal concert during which one of the attacks occurred.
Bieber tweeted that he is still thinking about all of the victims and their families, adding that Ayad was a part of his team for many years and he wished that he would have had more time to thank him for everything that he had done for his career.
On Saturday, Bieber also called for a moment of silence on stage while attending the Nickelodeon 2015 Halo Awards.
He encouraged all of the children in attendance at the event to try and make the world a better place with their actions.
— Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) November 17, 2015