Demi Lovato, Amy Schumer, Andy Cohen and Lisa Rinna were among the celebrities to take to social media Sunday in the wake of a mass shooting at an LGBTQ Colorado nightclub that left five people dead and 18 others injured.Police Sunday said that two 'heroic' people inside the club stopped the deadly rampage from the gunman, identified as 22-year-old Anderson Lee Aldrich.Authorities said Aldrich had used a rifle at the club, where partygoers were apparently marking Transgender Day of Remembrance, which pays tribute to trans people targeted in violent attacks.
The latest: Demi Lovato, 30, and Amy Schumer, 41, were among the celebrities to take to social media Sunday in the wake of a mass shooting at an LGBTQ Colorado nightclub that left five people dead and 18 others injuredLovato, 30, wrote: 'These devastating acts of violence MUST STOP.
We need to continue to fight for comprehensive gun legislation. Visit @everytown to get involved.'Lovato added a list of names of people who have died as result of anti-trans violence this past year, writing, 'Honoring every person and life that was taken and sending my love to their family and friends.' Schumer wrote, 'On Trans Day of Remembrance, the community is in mourning.
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