Ariana Grande is a successful actress and singer. She self-describes as liberal and is a supporter of the homosexual agenda (she also has a homosexual brother). She has also shown that she has very little regard for her own fans as a result of recent incidents in Australia and at a cancer fundraising event in Los Angeles where she decided to no-show meet-and-greet photo sessions where fans could have their photo taken with her, as well as saying that she wished her fans "would die", while in another incident caught on camera, she was caught saying that she actually hates her own country of America and its citizens and expressed sympathy for Islam, only to backtrack and make excuses for those comments when they came to light. Grande's ill-considered comments came shortly before British native and Islamic terrorist Salman Ramadan Abedi launched a suicide bombing at the Manchester Arena in Manchester, England following her concert there on May 22, 2017, which led to the deaths of 22 people at the event (including seven children).
Grande is also an opponent of the Second Amendment, having performed at the anti-Second Amendment March for Our Lives on March 24, 2018 in Washington, D.C. Her appearance at the march comes in spite of what happened at her concert in Manchester, the events of which could have been better prevented with the armed security she evidently (and hypocritically) opposes for anyone except celebrities like herself.
- Ariana Grande 'overheard saying she hoped her fans would all ******* die' at the Daily Mail
- Ariana Grande’s Prophetic and Pathetic Remarks at the Black Sphere
- Manchester bombing latest: Investigation making 'immense' progress as police 'get hold of 'large part of terror network' at the Telegraph
- Who are the victims of the Manchester terror attack? at the Telegraph
- Music Artist Ariana Grande performs "Be Alright" at March For Our Lives Rally at YouTube