The legendary frontman of KISS, Paul Stanley shared a devastating message on his official Twitter account and sent his condolences to the people who lost their lives in the September 11 attacks.
As Paul shared his pain with his followers, he admitted that he will never forget that day.
Here is what Paul wrote:
“I will never forget the horror and my inability to comprehend what I was witnessing.
I honor in memory all those who have perished including the brave men and women who continue to suffer the effects of the cleanup following the attack.”
You can see Paul’s tweet and other users’ reactions below.
I will never forget the horror and my inability to comprehend what I was witnessing.I honor in memory all those who have perished including the brave men and women who continue to suffer the effects of the cleanup following the attack. pic.twitter.com/kKy5bJMDXz
— Paul Stanley (@PaulStanleyLive) September 11, 2019
Why the need to show the towers engulfed in flames? Is that the picture that you would want to see if one of your loved ones perished in that very explosion? Keep the flames on stage with the half cover band!
— Genethejerk (@exfanshow) September 11, 2019
I remember the day, seeing it unfold on the news here. I was horrified, cudnt believe what I was seeing. My daughter was 2 weeks off her first birthday. I held her tight as I cried in shock. She 19 in two weeks and that memory will never leave me. God bless you all… K💋
— 💋🤘💋KIZZI💋🤘💋 (@kizziwizz) September 11, 2019
Unforgettable horror. So thankful for the Heroes!
— Carrie Kain (@CarrieKain) September 11, 2019
I'll never forget to sir and may we all never forget the day we do is the day it repeats itself
— Sara Kammeraad (@SaraKammeraad) September 11, 2019