Thursday, 30 June 2016

American singer Cher apologizes after fans slam her for using bomb emoji in 'insensitive' tweet about Turkey terror attacks

70 year old American singer and actress has apologized for her insensitive tweet after she used a bomb and explosion emoji to express her condolences for the victims of the Turkey terrorist attack on Tuesday in which terrorists stormed Ataturk Airport firing guns and detonating suicide vests, resulting in the deaths of at least 41 people.
Cher originally paid her respects on Tuesday with a post that read: 'WE ALL PRAY FOR INNOCENT PPL IN TURKEY AIRPORT [bomb emoji] [explosion emoji].'
Cher's followers were quick to react to the message, blasting her and calling it insensitive and immature.
'@cher You need help; using emoji's like that for such a tragedy...SMH!' wrote one Twitter user.
Another person, @gvemeabreak, wrote: 'Really Cher? Bomb emojis? Grow up!'

The singer has now apologized for her tweet.
'No Excuse [broken heart emoji] I’m Used 2 Using Emoji 2 Help Say More Than 140 Letters. Sorry [crying face emoji],' she wrote.
See the tweets below...


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