Ariana Grande was reportedly chased out of a Kansas cemetery by demons.
Although you might think we’re making this story up, apparently the singer told the folks over at Complex Magazine that she encountered the forces of evil while visiting Stull Cemetery a few miles away from the University of Kansas. According to RTV6, the place is known in certain circles as one of the seven gates to Hell.
While visiting said cemetery in the middle of the night, Ariana Grande said that she and some friends were recently forced to leave the area by demons who weren’t exactly thrilled to have a pop princess wandering among the tombstones. While this might sound entirely outrageous to some, apparently Grande is completely convinced she was almost assaulted by otherworldly forces from beyond the grave.
“I felt this sick, overwhelming feeling of negativity over the whole car and we smelled sulphur, which is the sign of a demon. I was like, ‘This is scary, let’s leave’. I rolled down the window before we left and said, ‘We apologize. We didn’t mean to disrupt your peace,'” Ariana Grande explained.
The singer also told the magazine that she took a picture of the cemetery during her visit, an image that contains all sorts of frightful faces. In her opinion, the picture in question features several faces of “textbook demons.” When she tried to send the image to someone, Grande received a most unusual error message.
“The next day I tried to send the picture to my manager and it said, ‘This file can’t be sent, it’s 666 megabytes,'” she explained.
The singer is apparently prone to seeing all sorts of horrible things from time to time. Not too long ago she discovered a sinister being lurking in her bedroom, an encounter she can’t seem to shake to this day.
“Every time I closed my eyes I started seeing these really disturbing images with, like, red shapes… Then I scooched over to the left side of the bed… and there was this black matter. I don’t know what it was. It was like a cloud or something black right next to me. I started crying… I watched it move to the front of my bed,” Grande said.
She added, “The next night my friend Tyler was staying with me. She said she was trying to sleep and her body felt paralyzed almost, and she described the same exact thing I saw.”
Unfortunately for Ariana Grande, there’s something much scarier than demonic forces in her life right now: a copyright infringement lawsuit. Someone firmly believes that the singer borrowed a verse from The Jimmy Castor Bunch’s “Troglodyte” for her single “The Way.”