Mansour family not behind Twitter push for daughter Adriana

Twitter exploded with a campaign for Adriana Mansour to meet Taylor Swift

This image has gone viral, but does not have the support of the family involved.

DETROIT – Social media has been buzzing today with messages pushing for Taylor Swift to meet Adriana Mansour, who is in critical condition after a tragic boating accident claimed her two siblings last weekend.

The Twitter hashtag #getadrianamansourtomeettaylorswift was a top trending topic nationally at one point, but the Mansour family spokesperson tells Local 4 they have nothing to do with the campaign, and doesn't know the person who seemingly started the push.

The funeral for two siblings who died after a tubing crash on Sylvan Lake will be Friday. Alexander Monsour, 11, died Sunday. His sister, 6-year-old Gabrielle, died Monday.

Their 10-year-old sister, Adriana, who is at the center of the social media campaign, remains hospitalized in critical condition.

The West Bloomfield Township siblings were being pulled by their father who was operating a jet ski when the boat crossed their path. The collision is under investigation.

Church services will take place at noon at the Mother of God Chaldean Catholic Church, 25585 Berg Road in Southfield.

Interment will follow church services at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, 10 Mile & Beech Road in Southfield.


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