Skrillex, Chainsmokers & More Dance Music Stars React to Orlando Nightclub Massacre

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A candlelight vigil for the victims of the Pulse Nightclub shooting in Orlando, Fla. 

A number of DJs and producers took to social media to express support for the LGBT community following the massacre at a nightclub in Orlando this weekend.

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Dillon Francis and others suggested they would donate to the families of victims, while Moby condemned Donald Trump for trying to politicize a tragedy. Krewella issued a plea for unity, writing "I beg that we not allow this senseless act of violence to divide us."

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