Ariana Grande Would Like To Explain About Re-Posting A White Woman Weave Joke

Ariana Grande’s latest song “7 Rings” is about how rich she is, how she can afford to buy anything, and how that ponytail is bought and paid for with her vast stores of cash. So – a song guaranteed to endear her to millions. In addition to red-bottomed shoes and long strands of presumably human hair, Ariana also purchased some more attention with a particular line from the song (“You like my hair? Gee, thanks, just bought it”). Rapper Princess Nokia accused Ariana of copying her 2017 song Mine and tweeted (and later deleted) about Ariana pulling some cultural appropriation shit, “Ain’t that the little song I made about brown women and their hair? Sounds about white.” Since then, other artists have also gotten in the Ariana Grande Ripped Me Off line.

In response, she posted a flippant comment that included the buzzwords “white women,” “weaves,” and “racism.” You can bet your bottom, top and middle dollar that Ariana later deleted the comment and issued an apology for it. The attention-grabbing celebrity social media faux pas with requisite apology – lather, rinse, repeat.

After some people gave Ariana shit for the “like my hair” line, she couldn’t pass up a snarky observation and re-posted a joke from a fan on her Instagram Story.

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