Ariana Grande is something of a pop-queen currently. Her rise to fame as a Nickelodeon actress paved the way for her to break into the music scene with extraordinary success. At 27, the ‘Thank U, Next’ singer not only possesses an impressive four-octave vocal range but has installed herself with a public image that embodies the very essence of a celebrity icon.
Her reputation as a popular music artist has helped her achieve a large following on social media, and today she’s decided to post some rather political messages to her fans.
‘Vote For Biden’ – Ariana
She captioned her post by saying the following:
“what’s your favorite look from the positions video ? styled by @mimicuttrell ? lmk and vote for Biden” – (Ariana)
This message comes not long after Ariana posted a music video where she is actually the US President. The video was titled “Positions” and continues to stay among the top trending videos in music right now.
Her message hasn’t been released without a mixed reception however. Her followers were quick to either praise or criticize her for her biased message.
Here are just a few of the numerous comments people left on her latest post where she tells people to vote Biden:
“Yes, vote for the person who clearly has medical issues and openly supports communist agendas.”
“and vote for Biden” such a queen i love u for that” (Commentator)
“Thats crazyyyyy but trump 2020” (Commentator)
“vote blue all the way!!!” (Commentator)
“outfit 2 ended my life! AND I VOTED FOR BIDEN IN FL!” (Commentator)
“I may be a republican but im no fool #Biden2020” (Commentator)
“biden? o hell no” (Commentator)
While many celebrities have openly shared their political views on social media, Ariana is among those who consider themselves “feminist”, and have shared on numerous occasions that they feel sexism is a real problem.
After being told that her music was making a difference for those who don’t feel they have a voice, she shared how that was really meaningful for her to hear.
She went into lengthy detail on why she stopped doing interviews for a long time because she felt people weren’t being fair to her, simply because she’s a woman.
Not Such A Diva?
“I truly hope they are because that means they’ve got an opinion and a drive and artistic integrity. They’ve got something to say, it means. It’s funny because you bring that up. I stopped doing interviews for a really long time because I felt like whenever I would get into a position where somebody would try to say something for clickbait or twist my words or blah, blah, blah, I would defend myself. And then, people would be like, ‘Oh, she’s a diva.’”
I was like, ‘This doesn’t make any sense.’ Because I have an opinion about something that was an opinion artistically or if I am directing something, or if I have something to say regarding a choice that’s being made with my career or something, blah, blah, blah, it always was in the past manipulated and turned into this negative thing, whereas I don’t see that with men.”