Blake Shelton is no stranger heartbreak. He has lost multiple family members and friends. The recent was a young woman he coached on the voice. Before that was his 24-year-old brother when Blake, himself, was only a teen. Well, Blake is now trying to help those dealing with grief.
Blake Shelton knows about that, and now, sadly, so do the students at Quaboag Regional High School in Massachusetts.
Just before the Thanksgiving holiday, three QRHS students were killed in a single car crash. According to Worcester’s “Telegram,” the teenagers were popular athletes, two girls, and a boy.
It was found out that Blake had a connection to the school, one of the committee members grew up with the superstar, and so reached out to him. According to rarecountry, The newspaper reports that Blake recorded a video for the school’s students saying, “It breaks my heart. I completely know how it feels. I lost my brother in a car accident. I can understand how you guys feel. It’s the worst possible feeling. It’s confusion. It’s anger. It’s just an overall brokenness that’s just gonna take a lot of time to heal. If you can find comfort in anything, it’s just knowing that they’re all in a better place now and God has a plan.”
He goes on to say, “I still miss my brother every day, and you’re going to miss those guys every day. I just wanted to say I’m thinking of you and it gets easier, it just takes a long time. Just always honor their memory and never forget about them. God bless you guys. I’m praying for you.”
“They’re going to hurt for the rest of their lives,” she said of the students. This is a devastating loss, but a happy story tos ee Blake reaching out to help these students. Will you pray for them?