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Ariana Grande Sends Food Trucks To Citizens Waiting To Vote In Kentucky -- See The Photos!

By Mike Walters

Ariana Grande helped send relief to Kentucky primary voters who were stuck in line waiting to cast their ballot, and it came in the form of free food and coffee trucks!

On Tuesday, the 'Rain On Me' singer commissioned several different food and beverage trucks to serve people who were stuck outside of the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville waiting to cast their vote.

Grande hired a local coffee shop, 'Blackbeard Expresso', and a 'LATino' which was serving tacos.

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Ariana Grand Sends Coffee & Tacos To Voters Waiting In Line


The taco truck owners shared the excitement of working with Ariana to keep everyone full and happy while they waiting in line, saying, "when @arianagrande calls you in the 4th quarter, you get up early and get the job done."

Staffers working with the truck added, "So proud to know you @arianagrande and your heart. Everyone in Kentucky don't give up and Vote! It's your right! Bravo Ari!"

The singer responded, "love and thank u so much @louisvilletacos !!!! wish i could be there with u all today !"

Voters Thank The 'Rain On Me' Singer For Her Support!


Ariana addressed the situation on Twitter letting everyone know she was doing what she could from across the country to help get people out to vote.

"Sent some food and coffee trucks for everyone waiting in line ! please pull up, enjoy and use your voice today we need u 🖤 @kyexpocenter," she wrote. At the time, Ariana also shared a photo from the group Black Voters Matter, showing voters on the scene participating in the election.

The organization thanked Grande for her support in this election, saying, "love uuuuuuuu so much ! thank you for the incredible incredible work you're all doing !!!!!"

Celebrities Spreading The Word On Their Platforms To Get Out And Vote!


The problem has become widespread in the midst of the ongoing Coronavirus outbreak which has forced the closure of many polling places in the state of Kentucky. Plus, in this case, the Kentucky Expo Center is servicing all of Jefferson County. In other words, the lines are long.

Ariana Grande joined a ton of celebrities in using their platform to spread the message to get out and vote. As we reported, Rihanna, Travis Scott, Jamie Foxx, Justin Beiber, and others have posted days and locations for the primary voting, in hopes they can spread the word.

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