So finally, Ariana has something to say against all the hate she’s been getting on social media ahead of her performance at Pride event in Manchester, England.
Ariana will hit the stage in Manchester two years after the painful incident when a terrorist killed 22 people at her concert. She is coming for a cause and is emotionally attached with Manchester but still there are some people who are spreading hate on Social Media for the fact that Ariana is straight, but she’s headlining an LGBTQ event.
A group of people also criticized the ticked prices as they are doubled from the price they were in 2018.
She responded too both issues saying that LGBT has been “So special to me and supportive throughout my entire career…regardless of my identity or how people label me”.
“And also, I wanna visit a city that means so much to me,” she added. “If you truly feel like I didn’t deserve to be offered this spot, I respect that, but I did accept it excitedly and gratefully.”
She is currently having the best time of her life, as she is acing every awards night. She is currently at both number 1 and number 2 in the UK single chart and she also has the number one album.