After the explosion in Manchester that left 22 people dead and 59 injured at an Ariana Grande concert Monday night, celebrities and musicians have taken to Twitter and Instagram to express their condolences for the victims and their families and their support of the survivors.
Sam Allardyce is walking away on top outside the relegation zone. The veteran Premier League manager, 62, resigned his post as Crystal Palace on Tuesday, weeks after leading another team to safety. The move ends a tumultuous eight months for Allardyce, who was fired as England manager after an undercover sting exposed unethical dealings with agents.
Social media is often a wonderful place, full of diverse and colorful voices from across the globe. And then, sometimes, it takes a dark turn. Unfortunately for USWNT star Carli Lloyd, she ran into that darker side on Tuesday. Lloyd plays club soccer for Manchester City, so when the tragic news broke of an attack at a Manchester-area Ariana Grande concert leaving more than 20 people dead Monday night, she took to Twitter. Her message was nothing out of the ordinary: Sending her thoughts to those affected, and confirmed that she was, thankfully, safe. That led to a small but vocal minority criticizing in Lloyd with a host of vile messages. Lloyd's supposed crime? Making the attack too much about