On Monday, Justin Bieber made a heartbreaking tribute to his friend, Thomas Ayad, who was killed in the tragic Paris attacks on Friday, November 13.
Thomas was one of the people killed at the Eagles of Death Metal concert at the Bataclan theater. He worked as an executive for Universal Music Group, so Bieber used Twitter as a way to pay tribute to his friend.
Bieber shared this emotional message with fans, thanking Thomas for their friendship and wishing he had "more time to thank him."
On Friday night, Bieber also prayed for the people of Paris before performing in Los Angeles in celebration of his new album.
Our thoughts are with the people of Paris. Stay safe and stay strong, everyone.