After seeing her tweet, "broken. from the bottom of my heart, i am so so sorry. i don't have words," Patrick Millsaps wrote the following:
"Dear Miss Grande, I am the father of three daughters - ages 13, 12 & 12. So, you have been a part of our family for years," he began.
"Since you are part of our family and after reading a tweet you posted on the Twitter the other night; I'm afraid I need to set you straight girl. So listen up and receive some redneck love from a daddy of daughters.
"You are no more responsible for the actions of an insane coward who committed an evil act in your proximity than you would be for a devastating natural disaster or acts of morons near your hotel.
"In your line of work, you have so many experts who are now 'strategising' what you should do next... these 'experts' don't have a freaking clue what you are processing right now.
"Spend time with your God, your family and your friends who will give you space and support when you need it.
"When and only when you are ready, SING AGAIN. Music is the international language of peace. Every time you open your mouth and share that incredible God-given gift to the world, you make this crappy world a little less crappy.
"Take care of you first. Your fans aren't going anywhere."
You can read his entire letter in the post below.
It is a seriously tragic event that has happened, and so far Ariana has suspended many upcoming shows to spend time with her family.