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“Flavor of Love” star Deelishis is mourning the loss of her niece, Arielle Diamond, after the student was among three found dead in a tragic mass shooting at Michigan State University Monday night.
The reality star — whose real name is Chandra Davis — first took to social media on Monday to ask the public’s help in finding her niece, whom she said was missing during the shooting.
“My beautiful niece @ariellediamond_ is a student at MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY… she was in her classroom in the same building as the active shooter and we have not heard from her,” she captioned an image of Arielle on Instagram.
“If you know her whereabouts please dm me … in the meantime my family and I ask for your prayers 🙏🏼❤️,” she concluded.
Deelishis later pinned a comment from a relative who confirmed that Arielle had died.
“My sweet beautiful niece…RIP baby girl,” the pinned message read.
Several close friends of Deelishis sent the former VH1 star their condolences in the comments section of her post.
“I am praying for you and your family. I am so sorry that you and your family have to experience the gut wrenching hurt from this tragic loss. RIP baby girl 🕊️🙏🏾,” wrote “Basketball Wives” star Brooke Bailey.
“🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾 praying for you hard mama,” commented “Basketball Wives” star Brandi Maxiell.
“Praying for you and your family’s strength 🙏🏽🤍,” added “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Sheree Whitfield.
“Praying for your family ❤️🙏🏾,” wrote “Love and Hip Hop” star Karlie Redd.
Three students were killed and five others critically injured after a gunman, identified by authorities as 43-year-old Anthony Dwayne McRae, opened fire in two separate buildings on the campus of Michigan State University.
According to police, McRae was found dead of a suspected self-inflicted gunshot wound and they don’t know his motive.
“We have absolutely no idea what the motive was at this point,” MSU Police Interim Deputy Chief Chris Rozman said early Tuesday, adding that the gunman “had no affiliation to the university — he was not a student, faculty or staff, current or previous.”
Rozman added, “I know everybody wants to know what the motive is. We don’t have an answer right now, that’s the honest truth.”
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