Jessie James Decker broke down in tears as she addressed the Nashville school incident. The recent shooting at the Covenant School in Nashville resulted in the death of six people and Decker’s children was nearby.
The pop singer and her hubby Eric Decker who are about to celebrate their 10th wedding anniversary share three kids. Decker, 34 has made it clear in different interviews that she is a doting mom. She could not hold back her tears after the unnerving occurrence.
Jessie James Decker Addressed The Nashville School Incident
Decker spoke about the heartbreaking Nashville incident which left her and the whole Tennessee community dejected via a video on her social media page. In the clip shared on Monday, the Kittenish founder cried as she said:
“A lot of you are messaging and it’s not my kids’ school, but it’s only two miles up the road. It’s in our town.”
Decker went on to explain that while the shoot happened in her community it was not at her children’s school. The pop star said she immediately went to pick up her children from school after hearing of the incident.
Despite the singer’s children being safe at home, she was still heartbroken. Decker urged her fans to pray for the affected families. The Boys in the Summer singer is a mother to sons Eric Jr., 7, and Forrest, 4, and daughter Vivianne, 9.
What Happened In Nashville?
Monday, March 27 reports showed that a lady entered the Covenant School in Nashville, and opened fire on people. The attacker was 28-year-old and she was heavily armed.
She had killed three children and three staff members before she was fatally shot by members of the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department. Shortly after the incident, President Joe Biden released a statement about the recent gun violence.
The President noted that the government would have to take more measures in order to curb gun violence. The 46th and current president of the United States noted that the violence is ripping the community apart. He also stated that more actions will have to be taken so the schools will not become prisons.
Since the Nashville school shooting tragedy, Many country music stars have clapped back at the mitigated gun laws. Mickey Guyton vented on social media by calling out all politicians who have done nothing concerning weapon violation.
Besides Jesse James Decker’s video, other celebrities including Carly Pearce and Kristin Cavallari, have messages concerning the shooting on social media.