“Alongside every one of you, I have been totally crushed by the new line of mass shootings in America”
Harry Styles has vowed more than $1million (£791K) to a firearm wellbeing support store in the US.

Along with Live Nation, Styles vowed the cash to the ‘Everytown for Gun Safety Support Fund’ in the US following the Uvalde school shooting recently.

On Tuesday (May 24), a 18-year-old shooter started shooting at Robb Elementary School, which shows kids matured seven to 10. Texas Governor Greg Abbott affirmed that the suspect was subsequently shot dead by answering policing.

19 kids and two educators were killed in the assault. It denoted the US’ deadliest school shooting since the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting back in 2012, and is the country’s third-deadliest school shooting ever.

Composing on Instagram, Styles said he was giving returns from his impending ‘Love On Tour’ to the weapon wellbeing store, which Live Nation are coordinating, up to $1milllion.
“Alongside every one of you, I have been totally crushed by the new line of mass shootings in America, finishing at Robb Elementary School in Texas,” Styles wrote in his post.

He proceeded: “On our North American visit, we will join forces with Everytown who work to end firearm savagery, giving to help their endeavors, and sharing their recommended things to do.”

Styles has joined any semblance of Brandon Flowers, Taylor Swift, Madonna and Olivia Rodrigo in communicating his resentment and calling for stricter firearm control regulations considering the firing.

“I can’t envision the grief and deplorability the guardians of these 19 youngsters should feel,” Madonna composed via online entertainment close by a clasp from her 2019 ‘God Control’ music video.

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The pop symbol proceeded to encourage legislators to “safeguard our kids”, requesting that they “lessen gun admittance to individuals who are in danger of hurting themselves or others”.

In another meeting with Rolling Stone UK, The Killers’ frontman Flowers said the most recent occurrence in Uvalde was “terrible”.

Recently, Jack White additionally called for more prominent weapon wellbeing regulations, saying he was “depleted… with the uninformed reasons about the powerlessness to fix this issue.”

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By Lily James

Lily James is the content Editor at the News Portal Daily Reuters. She is previously experienced in Entertainment industry and now working as a Blogger for Daily Reuters. She writes articles and News Topics about Music on Daily Reuters.

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