Skrillex, Alison Wonderland & More Dance Musicians React to Brussels Terrorist Attacks
Following the deadly bombings in Brussels on Tuesday morning (March 22), several dance music artists took to Twitter to express sympathy and send their prayers to those affected.
CNN has reported that ISIS claimed responsibility for the attacks in the Belgian capital’s airport and a subway station, which killed “at least 30 people” and wounding “about 230 more.”
— Afrojack (@afrojack) 22 Mart 2016
Thoughts and prayers out to Brussels, Turkey , Yemen, Ivory Coast and Nigeria who have all recently gone through devastating attacks.
— SKRILLEX (@Skrillex) 22 Mart 2016
Thoughts and prayers out to the people of Brussels. Sad to constantly see devastation on innocent people in this world…
— DJ SNAKE (@djsnake) 22 Mart 2016
Sending all my good vibes to Brussels
— Alison Wonderland (@awonderdj) 22 Mart 2016
Shocked about the situation in Brussels. Thoughts are with the people in Belgium. Violence is never the answer.
— Armin van Buuren (@arminvanbuuren) 22 Mart 2016
More powerful than a thousand bombs, is one word that brings peace.
— Dash Berlin (@DashBerlin) 22 Mart 2016