Ariana Grande Doesn’t Have Time For Sexist Haters On Facebook
Ariana Grande is not one to draw back from talking out about sexism, and as soon as once more she’s proved that she’s a (“harmful”) lady who has completely zero time for haters.
The “Problem” singer responded to a sexist commenter who referred to as her a “whore” on Facebook Saturday. The Huffington Post has reached out to Grande’s rep concerning the response and can replace this submit accordingly.
As seen in screenshots, the commenter wrote, “Ariana all respect, however harmful lady I liked however the hassle is that in he [sic] video salts like a whore!…sorry for the rudeness, I solely simply stated the reality…SORRY.”
But Grande hit again, stating the double commonplace in immediately’s society earlier than telling the hater to “get your head out of your ass.”
“When will individuals cease being offended by ladies displaying pores and skin/expressing sexuality? males take their shirts off / categorical their sexuality on stage, in movies, on instagram, anyplace they need to…all. the. time,” she wrote. “The double commonplace is so boring and exhausting. with all due respect, i feel it is time you get your head out of your ass. lady [sic] can love their our bodies too!!”
This is not the primary time Grande’s spoken out about equality for ladies.
Last November, she shut down a few sexist bros who requested her tone deaf questions throughout a radio interview, and again in June, she referred to as out the media’s lazy tendency to outline ladies by the lads “who they’re courting/married to/hooked up to, having intercourse with (or not)/seen with.”
“Being ‘empowered’ just isn’t the identical as being a ‘bitch,'” the 22-yr-previous musician wrote on Twitter, including, “i’m uninterested in dwelling in a world the place ladies are principally known as a person’s previous, current or future PROPERTY/POSSESSION.”
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