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Ariana pours out frustrations over ‘sexist’ fan on Twitter

/ 03:59 PM December 29, 2016
FILE - In this Feb. 8, 2015 file photo, Ariana Grande arrives at the 57th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles.   Grande says she’s sorry for saying “I hate America” in a recent video that leaked of her in doughnut shop. In a statement, Wednesday,  July 8, 2015, the singer says she’s a proud American. She added that “what I said in a private moment ... was taken out of context and I am sorry for not using more discretion with my choice of words.” (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP, File)

FILE – In this Feb. 8, 2015, file photo, Ariana Grande arrives at the 57th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles.  (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP, File)

Ariana Grande has unleashed her inner frustrations on Twitter regarding her recent encounter with a “sexist” fan.

Based on her story posted on Twitter on Wednesday, the “Dangerous Woman” singer was with boyfriend Mac Miller grabbing food when a male fan of Miller yelled at them and nearly followed them to their car. “He was literally almost in the car with us. I thought all of this was cute and exciting until he said ‘Ariana is sexy as hell man I see you, I see you hitting that,’” she penned on her Tweet.

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Grande, 23, said that she felt “sick and objectified” upon hearing the fan’s remarks.

“I am not a piece of meat that men gets to utilize for his pleasure,” she wrote. “I’m an adult human being in a relationship with a man who treats me with love and respect.”

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She reiterated that these sexist comments added up to women’s “sense of fear and inadequacy.” “It hurts my heart that so many young people are so comfortable enough using these phrases and objectifying women with such ease,” she lamented.

She wrapped up her anecdote with a persuasive message for her female fans: “We need to talk about these moments openly because they are harmful and they live on inside of us as shame. We need to share and be vocal when something makes us feel uncomfortable because if we don’t, it will just continue.”

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Grande spent time upholding her beliefs after several Twitter users gagged her for her “sensual” music videos. “Expressing sexuality is not an invitation for disrespect! Just like wearing a short skirt is not asking for assault,” she whined back. Gianna Francesca Catolico

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