Ariana Grande wants you to know two things: don't feel sorry for her because she and Big Sean didn't work out and she's not here for "dumb as f**k" homophobes. In an interview with V Magazine, the singer shared how she really felt about these two subjects and one thing's for sure: she means every word.
"I've been feeling a lot more empowered, and grown up, and independent," she said regarding the highly publicized breakup. "I think that's part of the reason I didn't want to make a pissed-off breakup song... Everything is nice and great right now... Why would I write about some bulls**t?"
Now that that's settled, the "Break Free" singer also has some choice words for those who are against equal rights. When addressing the topic, she spoke about how close the LGBT community is to her since her brother, Frankie, is gay.
"I mean, here's the thing: I wasn't raised in a household where it was considered abnormal to be gay," she said. "It's something I'm super passionate about because whenever I would see my friends get bullied, or my brother get hurt for his sexuality, I would become a raging lunatic... When you see someone you love hurting, for such a superficial, bulls**t reason, it's like, how small and spiritually unenlightened and dumb as f**k can a person be?"
Well, alright now, Ariana! *begins slow clap*
Read the rest of the Scream Queens star's interview here.
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