Trolls should know better than to mess with Ariana Grande.
When someone on Instagram said that his “9-year-old sister has bigger t*ts than you,” Grande replied, “Spend a lotta time looking at your 9-year-old sister’s t*ts?” Later, she stood up against a body-shamer who called her a “stick.” Even the media isn’t immune — the diminutive pop star criticized music journalists for gender double standards. Yet, some of Grande’s so-called fans are still saying not-nice things about her online, because the internet.
Responding to her “Dangerous Woman” video, a man named Jonathan wrote:
“Ariana all respect, but dangerous woman I loved but the trouble is that in he music video salts like a whore!.. sorry for the rudeness, I only just said the truth… SORRY”
Well, as long as he’s sorry for his rudeness. Ariana was having none of this.
“when will people stop being offended by women showing skin / expressing sexuality? men take their shirts off / express their sexuality on stage, in videos, on Instagram, anywhere they want to… all. the. time. the double standard is so boring and exhausting. with all due respect, i think it’s time you get your head out of your ass. woman can love their bodies too.”