Ariana Grande Apologizes To ATL Fans For Homophobic Protester

Ariana Grande Apologizes To ATL Fans For Homophobic Protester

Furthermore, fans pointed out that June is Pride month and asked him: 'What kind of Christianity is this?'

Ariana Grande is known for her glorious vocals, feline-flicked eyeliner and a sky-high ponytail.

Attendees said that they ultimately ran them out. Loudly chanting 'goodbye, ' while another video showed a fan pouring a drink over the man's head as he packs up his microphone.

Though things got hairy.

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Moreover, according to one witness, a fan had thrown the banner over a bridge, and 'the speaker had been tipped over multiple times.

Grande took to Twitter to sound out her thoughts of the protester.

Grande said previous year that Big Sean and Ricky Alvarez heard the verses that referenced them before the song came out, but she had wavered between name-checking anybody at all, especially since her breakup with Davidson was still so fresh, and recorded two versions of the tune. She apologized to her fans for having to encounter it and promised that her team will "do our best to ensure this doesn't happen again". One of Ariana's female fans told the protester that June is Pride Month, and the man replied: "God wants you to repent". Ariana too responded to the video on Twitter, by telling her fans that she loves and respects them for who they are. Grande will be taking the lead at the Manchester Pride concert this summer. She spoke on various occasions showing her support of the community.

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