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The MSU mass shooting took the life of Deelishis's niece

By Amanda Caroline  •  February 15, 2023  •  85

Triwer – The latest mass shooting in the United States has hit too close to home for Deelishis. Arielle Diamond, her niece, was one of the people who died in the mass shooting at Michigan State University on February 13.

The night of the shooting, Deelishis, whose real name is Chandra Davis and who is also known as London Charles, started yelling for help to find her niece. She posted a picture of Arielle and the words, "My beautiful niece @ariellediamond_ is a student at MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY..." on Instagram on Monday night.

She told the people she led, "She was in her classroom in the same building as the shooter, and we haven't heard from her. Please dm me if you know where she is... In the meantime, my family and I ask that you pray!!"

Arielle never made it back to her family, which was sad. Later, Deelishis pinned a comment from another family member that said, "My sweet, beautiful niece... RIP baby girl." This seemed to confirm that her niece had died.

Soon, other celebrities and TV stars, like Brooke Bailey, who commented on Deelishis's post, sent their condolences "I'm keeping you and your family in my prayers. I'm so sorry you and your family have to go through the pain of this terrible loss. RIP baby girl."

"Praying hard for you, mama," Brandi Maxiell wrote. Sheree Whitfield said this about the terrible news: "Praying for your strength and the strength of your family." Michael Blackson, who is a comedian, wrote, "Omg, I'm so sorry this is happening to your family. God bless you and your family as you go through this hard time." Shaun King said, "I'm very sorry," and Karlie Reed said, "I'll pray for your family."

Anthony McRae, who has since been named as the shooter, went on a shooting spree at MSU on Monday night, killing 3 students and seriously hurting 5 others. He went into two buildings on campus and started shooting at random people as students ran for cover and heavily armed police officers stormed the area looking for the shooter. Anthony's body was found hours later with a gunshot wound that he had given himself.

Chris Rozman, who is the interim deputy chief of the MSU, talked about the attack at a news conference. "I can't even think of a reason why someone would do that. Obviously, that will be a part of our investigation, "he said. "We don't know if the suspect had anything to do with the University."

CNN says that the shooting at MSU is the 67th mass shooting in the United States so far this year.