Ariana Grande Bashes Her Own Fans in Hypocritical Instagram Rant

  • Ariana Grande bashed her own fans on Thursday for a bizarre reason.
  • She called Tik Tok impressions of her “degrading.”
  • But Grande just did an Adam Sandler impression this month.

Ariana Grande torched her own fans on Instagram Thursday, for daring to do impressions of her on Tik Tok. She went as far as to call impressions of her and her Nickelodeon character, Cat Valentine, “degrading.”

Degrading? These are all in good fun.

Does Grande not understand these are her own fans promoting her on social media? And that they’re doing it out of love? After all, imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.

Chalk this up as just one more example of a completely out of touch celebrity. What’s degrading is when stuck-up celebrities add to the tired old “I hate my fans” genre.

It’s just so ungrateful and snobbish – a very bad look for Ariana Grande. All of these Tik Tok kids wish they had droves of fans doing funny impressions of them. Check your privilege.

Once you’ve got an army of impersonators, you’re in the company of Elvis Presley, Cher, and Charlie Chaplin. You don’t call that “degrading.” You say thank you.

Ariana Grande Can’t Take the Memes

If Ariana Grande can’t take the memes, maybe she should just delete her Tik Tok. | Source: lev radin/Shutterstock.com

On Thursday, Ariana Grande reposted a video to her Instagram Stories of C-list actor and filmmaker Jordan Firstman bashing memes. Firstman snarked with an obvious feeling of deep resentment and bitterness at people having harmless fun on the internet:

Wait, I have an idea. What if we, like, we took a moment, like a small clip from a movie or a TV show, something that, like, an artist really poured their soul into and it, like, it just took them years to make and it was just an uphill battle the entire time. And when they finally got the financing, it was like they made it…

Firstman continued:

What if we took a moment from that and we kind of, like, recontextualized it — like,…

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