Kevin Hart, Wendy Williams and other BET celebrities unite in prayer after tragedy at Boston marathon.
After the 117th annual Boston Marathon was tragically interrupted by two bomb blasts that left three people dead and over 40 injured, citizens and celebs flocked to social media sites like Twitter to check on the safety of loved ones in the area and to share their condolences and prayers.
Real Husbands of Hollywood star Kevin Hart immediately sent the below tweet:
Wow I just turned on the News & saw what just happened in Boston, my prayers go out to the families of the lost & injured...— Kevin Hart (@KevinHart4real) April 15, 2013
Shaquille O'Neal, who made a guest appearance during the season finale of the debut season of Real Husbands and finished his NBA career as a Boston Celtic, also released the following tweet in response to the tragedy:
Thoughts & Prayers go out to the people of Boston... Very Sad News.— SHAQ (@SHAQ) April 15, 2013
Talk show host Wendy Williams, who attended Boston's Northeastern University, also added to the #PrayForBoston movement when she tweeted:
My thoughts and prayers are with all those people affected by the tragedy in Boston today at the marathon. #prayforboston— Wendy Williams (@WendyWilliams) April 15, 2013
Click here to follow BET's coverage of the Boston Marathon Bombings.
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