WATCH: Justin Bieber Says He is Praying ‘With and for’ Buffalo Ahead of Concert in the City After Racially Motivated Mass Shooting at Supermarket That Killed 10 People

Justin Bieber shared a prayer and a message against racism on Sunday, after the Buffalo, NY leg of his world tour.

The 28-year-old musician posted a minute-long video clip as he prayed in a huddle with his team on Saturday night, after a white gunman took the lives of ten Black people at a Buffalo grocery store.

He also shared a snippet from his set in which he asked the audience to join him in a moment of silence to honor the lives lost.

‘PRAYING WITH AND FOR BUFFALO,’ he captioned the outtake, which was captured by Rory Kramer and Evan Paterakis.

Another post showed him opening his show by acknowledging the racist attack as he said, ‘What’s up Buffalo?’ to a screaming crowd.

‘Such an honor to be back here. As we know, there’s been tragedy in the city, but what we’re going to do tonight is we’re going to honor those people. I would love if we could just take a moment of silence.

‘That would mean a lot to me. So we can start right now,’ he continued. He then paused and bowed his head.

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SOURCE: Daily Mail, Ashleigh Gray