If people become crazy about their favorites, it’s not their problem. We can’t accuse them, just because some accidents are happened. They want to bring them joy, but not harm. Ariana Grande has had to endure enough abuse over the past few months. After the Manchester bombing attack, which left 22 dead, the American pop star was condemned by bigots and contrarians like Piers Morgan, former BNP leader Nick Griffinand Milo Yiannopoulos.
One US pastor even claimed that the One Last Time singer, who he called “pro-sodomy,” could be more dangerous than the terrorist who killed innocent children at her concert. But it turns out that for Ariana, who captured Britain’s collective heart during the One Love Manchester concert, this was not the first time she has been forced to face ridiculous, off-the-wall criticism.
Self-defined “bisexual fangirl” Kyia posted the video, calling the star “a feminist icon,” and once it was reposted by an Ariana fan account, it picked up more than 13,000 retweets and favourites.
To start with, they asked her: “If you could use your makeup or your phone one last time, what would you pick?” Stunned – but not into silence – she responded: “Is that what you think girls have trouble choosing between?”