The Manchester attack happened after HER concert. Will it change her views?
The update today is that 22 people are dead, the first two confirmed victims are 18-year old Georgina Callander and 8-year old Saffie Rose Roussos.
Here is an Instagram photo of Georgina (wearing glasses) when she met Grande in 2015:
And here is young, Saffie Rose age 8:
What happens to a star that has made her views CRYSTAL clear about being a pro-refugee, pro-Muslim, anti-Trump,
Nasty Women’s Marcher?
It’s got to have an effect.
Especially when the last thing you said to your fans seemed like a premonition.
One man who took his daughter to the concert said that Grande’s last words to her fans were chilling.
A dad who took his daughter to see Grande’s concert has revealed the chilling last words the pop star’s fans heard before the explosion.
He explained: “Ariana said: ‘Bye bye Manchester!’ The lights came on then there was two big noises and people started running and shouting.
Read more: Mirror UK
But that’s not as chilling as what she said about her fans in September 2014:
Confidenti@l has learned that while visiting a Manhattan radio station this summer, the 21-year-old “Better Left Unsaid” singer should’ve left her thoughts unsaid.
“She did autographs and pics and was all smiles until she got into the elevator,” a stunned industry insider tells us. “And as soon as the doors shut she said, ‘I hope they all f—king die.’ ”
Allegations of Grande’s obnoxious attitude are nothing new. But they’re suddenly getting their own spotlight now that a nasty pattern has emerged.
Read more: New York Daily News
Oh, and remember ‘Donutgate’?
And her lame apology after the backlash:
ARIANA GRANDE: Offers Lame Ass Excuse For Saying She ‘Hates America’…Go Away, Please
An event like this could change even a diva’s heart of stone.
And maybe it is:
from the bottom of my heart, i am so so sorry. i don't have words.
— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) May 23, 2017