Stars React To LAUSD Schools Bomb Threat – See Celebrity Reactions
Stars are reacting to Los Angeles public schools being closed on Tuesday after the police received a “credible” bomb threat. See celebrity reactions below to the threat affecting the LAUSD schools.
“What kind of world do we live in?” tweeted Alyssa Milano, who also included a sad face emoji with her message. Alongside an angry face emoji, Holly Robinson Peete wrote, “It’s insanity out here for working LA parents.”
Other celebrities living in Los Angeles also tweeted the urgent news to their fans about the Los Angeles Unified School District campuses being shut down. “All #LAUSD schools are closed today and students are sent home due to bomb threat called in to several schools,” wrote Christina Milian, adding, “Be Safe Guys.” “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Kyle Richards alerted followers, “In case anyone hasn’t seen this in Los Angeles,” and accompanied her note with a screenshot of news coverage that read, “L.A. Board Of Ed: Please Do Not Send Your Children To School.”
Paula Abdul tweeted, “Hope all parents/guardians of #LAUSD students got message to NOT send your kids to school today. SO grateful for this safety measure!” And Brandi Glanville similarly pointed out, “LA USD bomb threat at over 900 schools do not take your kids to school today!!!”
Alison Holker tweeted, “With a child that attends a #lausd school, I am proud and happy with the decision to keep our kids safe! Be safe not sorry! Thank u LA!!!” Brooke Burke-Chavet said she “can’t believe what’s happening in #LA school system,” then offered advice for parents by telling them, “Be careful how u speak to your children. Use words like “better to be safe than sorry.” Camille Grammer also suggested, “We shouldn’t lie to our children about what is happening. Be responsible with your explanation. They are going to hear about it anyway,” before adding a sad face emoticon.
Gossip Cop will continue to follow this scary breaking news, and update with more celebrity reactions.