A 28-year-old woman killed three children and three adults before being killed by police on Monday.
Another devastating mass shooting made headlines on Monday, as a 28-year-old woman shot and killed three students and three adults at The Covenant School, a private school in Nashville, Tennessee, before being killed by police, according to multiple reports.
Following the news, many country music stars, some of whom live in the area, took to social media to pay tribute to the lives lost and call on politicians for gun law reform in the wake of yet another tragedy.
Maren Morris shared a tweet reporting on the incident to her Instagram Story, writing simply, "Oh my god."
"No words… The Covenant School. Our children deserve better. Praying for all affected. Tragic America," Sheryl Crow wrote, before personally responding to Tennessee Sen. Marsha Blackburn on Twitter.
"If you are ready to assist," she wrote, referencing Blackburn's message of condolences, "please pass sensible gun laws so that the children of Tennessee and America at large might attend school without risk of being gunned down."
Mickey Guyton broke her social media hiatus to share her reaction, writing, "I try to stay off here for my mental health but for the love of God! As a mother, I’m pissed the f**k off. Shame on every single politician ok with doing nothing as CHILDREN are getting assassinated on an everyday basis in a place that is supposed to be their safe haven."
"Praying for these babies & their families," Carly Pearce wrote in part. "Absolutely devastating."
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