For some reason people are still monitoring Ariana Grande’s diva tendencies. Many reports have emerged that Grande’s sudden fame and top 40 hit singles have made the singer’s ego balloon. Others, most notably her fans, have come to the singer’s defense.
Recently the singer was on the cover of Marie Claire, and rumors immediately surfaced that the singer was a total diva and had issues in regards to her hair and makeup. Well, now we have the other side of that report courtesy of E!.
A spokesperson told Marie Claire that Ariana was nothing but a complete professional.
“Ariana did not postpone the shoot and nothing about her arrival time was a surprise to us. On set, she was professional and accommodating. She posed for photos with Editor-in-Chief Anne Fulendwider’s kids and watched some of the World Cup with the crew.”
As The Inquisitr previously reported, Grande was accused of showing off her diva side at the Stand Up To Cancer benefit. The singer attended the telethon and performed a special song, dedicating the performance to her grandfather who had just passed away from cancer. Executive producer Joel Gallen said that she was “wonderful to work with, very gracious and a consummate professional.”
Despite professionals backing Grande, these reports still persist on a weekly basis. The most recent one was that she was overheard saying that she wished her fans would “all f***ing die.”
This report was the only rumor she took up to task by voicing positivity on Twitter. In a series of tweets Grande wrote, “Man some of these rumors that have been coming out about me lately actually have me laughing out loud.”
“sooner or later ppl will realize that what u put out is what u get back. the lies/hate etc. give love & I promise life will treat u better :)!”
“I’ve said this before but I promise it’s true. what u focus on expands. what u put out, u get back. live for love & your life will be pretty.”
“love love love love love. k? n here’s some more love for u. even those who are unkind. here’s some love for u too. u need it most.”
“not to quote rent but ima boutta quote rent. share love. give luv. spread luv. measure ur life in luv. (I quoted rent & I’m not apologizing).”
However, Access Hollywood’s Billy Bush isn’t convinced that Grande is being innocently accused of outlandish behavior. Bush said, “where there’s smoke, there’s usually fire.”
Looks like Ariana might have a bit of a problem on her hands, despite having professionals come to her defense.