Ariana Grande responds after fan accuses her of snubbing Demi Lovato
It must be hard being a super star like Ariana Grande. Not only do you have to deal with all the pains that come with life - trauma, loss, heartbreak - but you also have to do so in the public eye.
Then, you've got to do your best to help out other people in your inner life, all while your fans clamour for new music, or call you out, descending on your social media just to say: "you're not doing this right".
She's been through a lot, but so has another friend of hers, and after a fan called her out for not giving her friend enough attention, Ariana has had to set the record straight.
Ariana Grande has been forced to respond to a fan who accused her of completely snubbing Demi Lovato, explaining just how she feels about the musician, who's currently recovering in rehab after a battle with addiction, culminating in a drug overdose last summer.
It all started - as most of these kind of things do - over the battling ground of Twitter. A fan questioned the strength of Ariana's friendship with Demi, saying that Ariana supports Miley Cyrus openly when has new music out - and does the opposite for Demi. She also added that it was the reason she didn't like Ariana.
Luckily, Ariana Grande was keeping a close eye on her social media page, because there wasn't long before she set the record straight on her friendship with Demi Lovato. "I talk to her everyday u psycho [sic]," responded Ariana Grande to the fan - who, let's be honest, was way out of line - and when urged by another follower not to let the negativity get to her, Ariana explained that the comment had gotten under her skin.
"Tru. Jus saying. That itched me. She’s my friend friend. Bye tho," explained Ariana shortly, but this is all part of a very busy couple of days for the pop star on Twitter. Just a couple of days ago, Ariana confused her fans to no end after tweeting about an apparent meeting with Piers Morgan.
They'd butted heads over nude cover art featuring British girl band Little Mix, with Morgan accusing the band of copying a similar cover art idea from Dixie Chicks. Grande's mom Joan clapped back, and then Morgan managed to drag 25-year-old Ariana into this. Luckily, Ariana rose above it all.
"I look forward to the day you realize there are other ways to go about making yourself relevant than to criticize young, beautiful, successful women for everything they do. I think that’ll be a beautiful thing for you and your career or what’s left of it."
Well, if we've learned anything from today, it's that we should never mess with Ariana Grande on Twitter. We also learned that even though she might not be super vocal about all of her friends on social media, Ariana Grande and Demi Lovato are really close, even if she doesn't wax lyrical about it all the time.