Ariana Grande Allegedly Overheard Saying She Hopes Fans ‘F***ing Die’
Or does it?
According to [email protected], Grande recently made a visit to a radio station in Manhattan. After signing a few autographs for waiting fans, Grande stepped into the elevator, “And as soon as the doors shut she said, ‘I hope they all f—king die.'”
Waiting for the elevator door to close does, at least, demonstrate some commendable forethought and restraint on Grande’s part.
a long string that paint the 21-year-old “Break Free” singer as a terror to work with and be around. Photographer Chris Pavlich said that Grande issued him a long list of demands, including that she not be photographed from her right side or with natural light before eventually making him delete all of the photos he’d taken of her. Giuliana Rancic of E! News also went on record saying that Grande is difficult to work with.
Acting like a diva is one thing, but the most persistent and damaging rumors involve Grande being icy — cruel, even — toward her fans. The father of one fan who had won a contest to meet Grande recounted his less-than-positive encounter with Grande in which the singer spent no time with the contest winners and forced them to delete photos of her from their phones.
she said last week.
Surely the music video she released yesterday with Chris Brown, a man with whom no one has a single problem, will help repair her tarnished reputation.
If Grande has any questions about how to overcome this kind of public relations disaster, perhaps she should consider calling up Britney Spears.