Rapper Big Sean paid his respects to the 10 victims who died in a hate-fueled mass shooting in Buffalo, NY on May 14.
The “Bounce Back” hitmaker shared a series of images outside Tops Friendly Market on Jefferson Ave. where the senseless attack took place.
The shooter — identified by law enforcement as 18-year-old Payton Gendron — drove from “hours away” in Conklin, NY, to a predominantly black neighborhood in Buffalo.
Eleven of the victims were black and two were white.
Taking a moment to reflect, the rapper — who grew up in Detroit, which is just about a 4-hour drive from Buffalo — laid flowers down among dozens of other bouquets outside the grocery store.
Images of the ten victims who were gunned down in the attack are displayed at the memorial.
“Exactly 2 months after the massacre, Tops is back open, stronger than ever n ready for business,” the rapper wrote on Instagram alongside the images.
“Prayers up for da world,” the rapper, who was seen wearing a “Black Lives Matter” T-shirt, added in his post.
The six-time Grammy Award-nominated artist, who is currently expecting his first child with girlfriend Jhené Aiko, later wrote on his Instagram Story, “Felt like the sun was shining right on Tops on a cloudy day.”
In another post, he shared an image inside the supermarket where he chatted to store staff.