Ilang local artists ang nakiramay sa nangyaring pamamaril sa Orlando, Florida, USA, noong Linggo ng madaling-araw, June 12.
Isang nagngangalang Omar Mateen, 29, ang namaril sa isang gay nightclub dakong 2 A.M. (US time), kung saan 50 ang nasawi at 53 ang nasugatan sa trahedya.
Sa speech ni US Pres. Barack Obama, tinawag niyang "act of terror" at "act of hate" ang insidente para sa mga miyembro ng LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transsexual) community.
PRAYERS AND SYMPATHY. Sa pamamagitan naman ng social media, nagpahayag ng pakikiramay sa nangyari ang ilang local celebrities kagaya nina Lea Salonga, Miss Universe 2015 Pia Alonzo-Wurtzbach, Iza Calzado, Mark Bautista, Gab Valenciano, Martin Nievera, Janine Tugonon, Sen. Kiko Pangilinan, at Sandro Marcos.
Sunud-sunod ang mga tweet ng Broadway star na si Lea Salonga tungkol sa Orlando incident.
Ayon sa isang tweet niya: “This is apparently the worst mass shooting in US history. This needs to stop. Please, no more.”
This is apparently the worst mass shooting in US history. This needs to stop. Please, no more.— Lea Salonga (@MsLeaSalonga) June 12, 2016
Wishing I could hug all my friends celebrating #PrideWeekend, this news about Orlando is devastating. A gay nightclub was targeted.— Lea Salonga (@MsLeaSalonga) June 12, 2016
Isang mahabang pahayag naman ang isinulat ni Pia Wurtzbach sa kanyang Instagram post.
Sa kanyang caption, ipinahayag niyang “Nobody deserves the feeling of terror.”
Dagdag pa niya: “You have my love and you are in my prayers.”
Binanggit din ni Pia ang ilan pang gulo na nangyari sa ibang bahagi ng mundo.
“It's 2016, people. There's no room for hate anymore. Now let's see all those multi-colored hearts for YES.”
Yes we all know everything that's been going around the world. Around the world. Not just in the United States. Why do people have to suffer? That's a question none of us can truly answer. But one thing I'm certain of, nobody deserves the feeling of terror. Nobody. You have my love and you are in my prayers. I know all about the hospital shootings, the girl who was killed from The Voice, the bomb that exploded in an airport in China, the missing airplane, etc. I'm aware of all of these. And if you're wondering why I chose this photo? Because I am Miss Universe Pia Wurtzbach from a highly conservative Catholic country but I am not afraid. Celebrated but also sometimes criticized. And staying true to my word, the LGBT community is close to my heart. It's 2016, people. There's no room for hate anymore. Now let's see all those multi colored hearts for YES. â�¤ï¸�ð���ð���ð���ð��� #NoHateJustLove ð���ð���ð���ð���â�¤ï¸�
Post naman ni Iza Calzado sa kanyang Instagram: “More Love and Less Hate please!!! Praying for our brothers and sisters whose lives were lost at the Orlando, Florida terror attack!”
Narito pa ang ilang social media posts ng ilang Pinoy celebrities:
Our prayers go to the victims of the Orlando shooting and their families. We pray too that our very own kababayans have been spared.— Kiko Pangilinan (@kikopangilinan) June 12, 2016
Prayers go out to all the victims in Orlando. Not only should such acts be condemned, it also this shows gun restriction laws are outdated.— Sandro Marcos (@sandromarcos7) June 12, 2016