When one staff member kindly offered Grande a full tray of new doughnuts – which is basically the American dream – Grande responded with, “What the f– is that?” before adding, “I hate Americans”.
It seems the internet wasn’t the only group disgusted by Ariana Grande’s choice to lick donuts at a shop in Southern California, now the local cops have gotten involved.
“Maybe you should return the money to people who like jelly doughnuts who also like Ariana Grande Estupido-Estupida!”
Singer Ariana Grande says she is “extremely” proud to be an American, after a video surfaced in which she is heard saying “I hate Americans”. He tweeted: “As my grandpa would say: ‘Yeah, sure. Pull the other leg, it plays jingle bells!”
“On July 7th, 2015, at 4:30 p.m. Lake Elsinore Police personnel met with the owner of Wolfee Donuts located in the Lake Elsinore area concerning a report of deliberate food tampering”, reads a police report on the matter.
INSIDE EDITION spoke to the donut shop owner and he told us his employee was moving so fast to help Grande, she didn’t have time to put the donuts inside the display case.
Staff at the shop were unimpressed with Ariana’s visit, labelling her “really rude”.
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An employee later presents a new tray of doughnuts to the “Problem””and “Love me Harder” hitmaker, and the actress said “What the f*** is that?””””
That person is none other than Susan Sarandon.
The actor Rob Lowe did not have such a favorable reaction to Grande’s statement.
She then goes on to decry America’s childhood obesity rates and yadda yadda yadda, but that just sounds like spin control to us.
British rock band Rixton, best known for the hit song, “Me and My Broken Heart”, are also listed as performers. Not for sullying the pastry, but for what she said on the security camera footage, which TMZ published Wednesday: “What is the f- is that?”
Instead, the Riverside County’s Department of Environmental Health is investigating the store for leaving the baked goods within easy access of unattended customers.
Ariana has since issued an apology of sorts, claiming her comments were taken out of context and that she is actually mad at the state of the nation’s health, but she has dropped out of an appearance at the Major League Baseball All-Star Concert in Cincinnati on Saturday, where she will be replaced by Demi Lovato.