Ariana Grande seems to care less and less about her reputation as time goes by, especially as she becomes more and more successful in her career. However, a large segment of the media has made it their job to call out Ariana for her ridiculous diva behavior, but they should have known better than to assume that Ariana would let that slide.
Ariana’s latest tour has been getting atrocious reviews thus far, and the Pioneer Press actually uploaded an extremely negative review of Ariana’s performance in St. Paul on Sunday, explaining, “This is typically the time in a pop star’s career when media exposure is crucial, yet Grande’s management has banned press photographers and review tickets for her current outing.”
That’s right, Ariana Grande actually went and supposedly banned press from her concert. Let that sink in for a second.
Of course, Ariana’s team has already started calling outlets and claiming that nobody was banned from the show, and that some people just couldn’t get tickets. Riiight. Make it look as though Ariana’s concert was just so popular that people couldn’t get tickets to it, even though it’s just likely that only select press ‘couldn’t get tickets’ to the show.
Ariana Grande has already been accused of spitting water on people, of forcing people to carry her to the stage, and generally being an all-around diva of the highest order. The comparisons to Mariah Carey didn’t come from nowhere, you know? But the minute the press started badmouthing her talent? Well, there they went into Ariana’s shit list. The thing is, she can’t exactly blacklist the press from doing their job, so she did the next best thing – prevent them from being able to review her music.
What do you guys think? Do you think Ariana Grande really did ban the press from her concert, or was it a misunderstanding, as her team claims? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
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