Pop Star Ariana Grande’s feminist stand against Relationship Rumors

By Sohini Biswas | 3 years ago
Pop Star Ariana Grande’s feminist stand against Relationship Rumors
Ariana Grande

Ariana Grande is furious with the recent media reports and she makes it clear – she doesn’t belong to anyone but herself and she wants people to recognize her for who she is rather than being part of a man in anyway.

21 years old Grande, published her Sunday Afternoon response to the gossip surrounded quotes she gave to The Sun where she explained, “A girl can be friends with someone with a d— and not hop on it.”

Further, she added, “I’m tired of needing to be linked to a guy, I’m not Big Sean’s ex, I’m not Niall’s new possible girl. I’m Ariana Grande”

Ariana spoke up for herself and for women all over the world using Twitter where she stated that woman’s identities shouldn’t be based on the men they’re tied to. Grande explained in her feminist tweet, “What I meant when I said what I said about not being Sean’s ex is that I am tired of living in world where women are mostly referred to as a man’s past, present or future PROPERTY / POSSESSION.”

Rather than just being a girl on a guy’s arm, she has a lot more to contribute asserts the singer and she went on to say that she comes from a long bloodline of female activists.  Grande says she cannot wait to live in a world where she doesn’t have to face relationship rumors.

As reported by the Inquisitr, the internet has already given Ariana’s new rumored relationship a name: Nariana

Grande is being supported by Taylor Swift, Hugh Jackman, Rita Ora, her family, and her manager Scooter Braun who agrees to her word and tweets their support for her feminist words.

In the closing sentences of her post she quotes from feminist icon Gloria Steinem: “Any woman who chooses to behave like a full human being should be warned that the armies of the status quo will treat her as something of a dirty joke.. She will need her sisterhood.”




About the author

Sohini is a writer by profession and painter by birth. She is also a bookworm and is involved in various gender empowerment activities. When she’s not playing with words, she is most likely busy painting or sculpting her imagery.