James Maslow is, fortunately, safe and sound in London.
Big Time Rush fans were super worried Wednesday during the terrifying attack in London, England since the singer was there for his tour stop in the city. At first, when the news first broke about the attack James did not update his Twitter account right away which left fans in angst.
Many of them took to Twitter to express their worry and to send messages of support to the people of London and hoping that their favorite guy and his team were free of any danger.
"I just heard what happened in London, I pray for everyone and @jamesmaslow are u okay?" a fan account tweeted out.
I just heard what happened in London, I pray for everyone and @jamesmaslow are u okay?— I ❤️ JMaslow (@ExclusiveMaslow) March 22, 2017
"WHAT HApPpendd in London? Where's @jamesmaslow you okay?," another user said, unsure of what really went down during the terrorist attack.
Thankfully the singer took to Twitter to let his fans he was safe, but also to express how horrified and angry he was at terrorism.
"Horrible & cowardly terror attack near Parliament here in London just now. My crew and I r fine but praying 4 those injured," James finally told his fans.
A fan used the hashtag #JamesStaySafe and expressed how upset she was that he could have possibly been in danger during the horrific incident: "I'm sorry but hearing @JamesMaslow COULD HAVE BEEN HURT in the London attack just sickens me! #WhatIsThisWorldComingTo #JamesStaySafe :"("
The tour is carrying on tonight as usual and he shared a photo of him on stage saying: "One more show tonight. Let's go melt some faces."
"Last day on this European run. Who's coming to the show in Islington?! 😎🔥🎶," he wrote and his fans seem so excited.
Last day on this European run. Who's coming to the show in Islington?! 😎🔥🎶— James Maslow (@jamesmaslow) March 23, 2017
On Wednesday, a man drove a car into a crowd in the city by the Westminster Bridge, stabbing and killing a police officer, leaving three people dead and others injured. The city of London is mourning and it was confirmed this morning to be a terrorist attack.
We are sending positive thoughts and prayers to the people of London and those affected by this attack.