Ariana Grande’s boyfriend recently learned a valuable lesson about social media — you shouldn’t make sexual comments about your girlfriend when her father follows you on Instagram.
According to Life & Style, Big Sean suffered the ultimate embarrassment after he posted the Instagram below. The photo looks innocent enough, but its caption seemingly caught the eye of Ariana Grande’s father, Edward Butera.
“I give her that D… #Detroit,” Big Sean wrote.
Butera (or someone posing as Butera) responded by writing, “That D. better be Detroit Sean.”
You can check out their exchange below.
lmao Ariana’s dad said what’s good on big Sean’s Instagram post pic.twitter.com/TGNTDf3X56
— Idiot Olympics (@IdiotOlympics) April 19, 2015
This isn’t the first time Big Sean has been criticized for his dirty mouth (or dirty fingers — his words were typed this time). As the Inquisitr previously reported, Princeton students recently spoke out against the school’s decision to book him for its annual lawn party. They complained that Big Sean’s “misogynistic and homophobic” lyrics made him a poor choice to perform at the party. One of the students who dared to speak out against the “I Don’t F**k With You” singer has since been on the receiving end of homophobic attacks by angry Big Sean fans.
While bad boy Sean continues to stir up controversy to stay in the spotlight, Ariana Grande is hoping to get attention for a different reason — she wants to make her fans scream. The singer/actress is starring in Ryan Murphy’s new FOX TV series Scream Queens, and she’s prepping for the role by trying to create her own real-life American horror story. Ariana recently tweeted that she’s forcing her pal Alfredo Flores to accompany her while she learns about voodoo, visits mortuaries, and tours haunted places. Scream Queens is being filmed in New Orleans, so it looks like Ariana Grande is making the most out of her stay by searching for spooky spirits in the city.
Luckily for Ariana, Alfredo Flores is already a believer in the supernatural.
During a 2013 interview with Complex, Ariana Grande shared her own creepy pasta experience with the spirit world.
“We were in Kansas City a few weeks ago and went to this haunted castle and were so excited. The next night we wanted to go to Stull Cemetery, which is known as one of the seven gates to hell on Earth… I felt this sick, overwhelming feeling of negativity over the whole car and we smelled sulfur, which is the sign of a demon, and there was a fly in the car randomly, which is another sign of a demon… Then I took a picture and there are three super distinct faces in the picture—they’re faces of textbook demons.”
Ariana claimed that she also had an encounter with “massive black matter” that tried to hang out in bed with her, and she was convinced it was feeding on her fear.
Ariana Grande probably won’t have to be afraid of any black matter haunting her on the Scream Queens set. However, judging from the show’s trailer, she needs to keep an eye on Emma Roberts.
Big Sean might end up hiding his eyes behind Ariana Grande’s weave while they watch Scream Queens together, but least Emma Roberts isn’t as scary as an angry father.
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