Ariana Granda Was Once Overheard Wishing A SICK FATE On Her Fans
This whole situation with Ariana Grande reminded me of something that happened to me once.
Nothing gets me madder than when I find out the truth about how a celebrity feels about the fans. I remember I once ran into an actor that I was previously a fan of at an airport and literally said hello to them. I didn’t pull out a camera, I wasn’t asking for an autograph. My intention was quite literally to shake their hand and say that I was a fan.
That person told me to well, make love to myself. As soon as I got home from the trip I was on, I took all of their movies and threw them out. Didn’t even bother to give them to another person. Just threw them out. Once, when I was in a theater and that actor had an uncredited cameo I left the theater. My rationale is simple, I do not ever want to put another dime in that person’s pocket. The same thing goes for Ariana Grande.
Ariana Grande, a 23-year-old anti-American diva, was overheard saying the unspeakable.
She quipped to her lackeys that she wished her fans a fate that is causing the internet to explode. Although Grande isn’t responsible for the Manchester terror attack on her fans, it’s time to take a look at this spoiled celebrity who is known as pro-refugee and anti-Trump, and she needs to desperately rethink what she said. You don’t want to miss this.
Back in 2014, Ariana Grande was caught by an industry insider, saying horrendous things about her fans. The insider told the New York Daily News, “She did autographs and pics for her fans and was all smiles until she got into the elevator. And as soon as the doors shut she said, ‘I hope they all f***ing die.’”
Following the recent terror attack at her concert, she tweeted that she was “broken,” “sorry,” and “didn’t have words.”
Well, she had words in 2014, and it’s time she understands that although she isn’t to blame for the terrorist attack, she does have to own her words. There is no doubt she is a spoiled brat who up until that Manchester concert thought she could do and say anything because she is rich and famous. But, with that fame comes responsibility because words can have ramifications.
Ariana’s underlings were also reported to have told Australian reporters they were not allowed to ask her about dating, her disastrous Nickelodeon show, a rumored collaboration with Justin Bieber, or, perhaps most bizarrely of all, comparisons to Mariah Carey.
“She is also said to have been ‘a total nightmare’ in September 2014 at a Stand up to Cancer event in Los Angeles and she refused to have individual snaps taken with fans who had paid $495 to have their photo taken with her,” reports Daily Mail.