Ariana Grande Discussed About Donut Controversy On ‘GMA:’ Says Her Behavior Was Offensive [WATCH VIDEO]
Ariana Grande talked about her donut controversy on “Good Morning America,” on Sept. 15, 2015. Continue reading to know more details.
According to a report from Gossip Cop, Grande has been mired in the news earlier this year after a video revealing her “licking donuts inside a California shop” was released. Moreover, Grande could be heard shouting, “I hate America” and “I hate Americans” in the video clip. In response to the alleged controversy, the singer issued a written apology. She even announced her apology through a homemade video.
On Sept. 15, 2015, the American singer opened about the donut issue on “Good Morning America.” She accepted that her “behavior was very offensive.” The singer said that she has apologized for her unpleasant behavior. She even confessed that she has nothing to say as a justification for her behavior.
However, she feels that all human beings “do things that we don’t mean at all sometimes.” She even said that it is our duty to learn from our mistakes. In that way, we would be able to grow in our life, she added.
When questioned about what she has learned from the situation, Grande revealed that she has realized that it is an “excruciating feeling” to disappoint “people who love and believe in you.”
The pop star also said that is very important to think before we say something. She added that we have to remember our words and that our actions result in corresponding consequences.
The pop singer has released a new fragrance, ARI by Ariana Grande, in coordination with a social media campaign, the “Be You,” reported ABC News. The campaign is about “being yourself and embracing who you are.” Grande also has planned to release her new music in this week.
Watch the video given below, to know what Grande discussed about the donut controversy on “GMA.” Let us know your opinion after you watch the Ariana Grande “GMA” video.
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