It’s been a tough couple of weeks for Ariana Grande, who has issued several apologies for saying she “hates Americans,” “hates America,” and licking donuts at Wolfee Donuts in Lake Elsinore, California.
Fortunately for her, the “Problem” singer won’t face any charges for tonguing the pastries, given that the owner of the bakery has declined to take legal action.
What began as a casual trip to a donut shop has become quite the PR nightmare for Ariana Grande and on Thursday night (July 9) she uploaded an additional apology via YouTube video.
After allegedly licking donuts at a California bakery and spouting off sentiments like “I hate America” and “I hate Americans,” the “Problem” singer is trying her best to win back her fans, given that her first apology wasn’t exactly stellar.
Over the weekend she visited a donut shop with her boyfriend Ricky Alvarez and wound up making some pretty offensive remarks on surveillance video and now Ariana Grande says she’s sorry.
The “Baby I” songstress leaned against a display case of pastries and sniffed donuts until a fresh tray was brought out by a worker. She declared, “What the f*ck is that? I hate Americans. I Hate America.” And ever since her fans have been criticizing her and urging that she make an apology.
It’s been a crazy week for organizers of the Major League Baseball All-Star shindig, given that original headliner Ariana Grande pulled out at the last minute, citing her wisdom tooth removal procedure.
But thankfully, Demi Lovato has answered the call to perform in place of the “Problem” songstress. She told press, "I'm so excited to be headlining the MLB All-Star Concert. I hope my fans in Cincinnati are ready to get ‘Cool for the Summer!'"
Last Friday (June 26) the Supreme Court of the United States of America handed down the decision to make same-sex marriage legal in all 50 States, however Ariana Grande is still upset that four of the nine justices voted against the motion.
The “Problem” songstress performed at a post-Gay Pride Parade concert in New York City on Sunday (June 28), telling the audience, “Make some noise if you’re proud to be who you are.”