Wednesday, May 24, 2017

FLASHBACK: Ariana Grande Licks Donut, Says ‘I Hate America,’ Cancels MLB All-Star Performance

By Mediaite, July 08, 2015

Head in the clouds, got no weight on her shoulders. She should be wiser and realize that she’s got one more problem with everyone.

Cringe-worthy lede aside, Ariana Grande has a problem: TMZ obtained surveillance footage of the pop singer getting a little touchy-feely with her new boyfriend in a Lake Elsinore, Calif., donut shop. Their tongue action eventually involved daring each other to lick powdered donuts on the counter while staff weren’t looking.

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  1. I have no feelings for her...I will respect your wish to not use foul language Mr. Elder,but i must say it is not an easy thing to do at the moment!

  2. I have no feelings for this girl..I will respect your wish to be polite,but i must say it is vary hard to not use the words i would like to speak at the moment.

  3. Yeah, that's gross. But that's it. She was referring (with poor choice in words) to the donuts. She doesn't hate America, she hates the food. Her choice. Also her choice to say it. I'm not a fan, but to get all worked up about this shows very little intelligence.


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