Ariana Grande Receives Twitter Backlash Over Her Recent Donut-Licking, Spitting Stunt; Singer Unfollows Fans

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Singer Ariana Grande has apologised once again for for her infamous doughnut-licking video. Here, she arrives at the 57th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, California February 8, 2015. Reuters/Mario Anzuoni Reuters/Mario Anzuoni

Ariana Grande is making headlines as of late ever since she was allegedly caught red-handed on security footage vandalising a donut shop. Fans of the singer were apparently unhappy with her stunt and they took to social media to express their disappointment. In turn, Ariana Grande unfollowed her fans on Twitter.

Ariana Grande and her rumoured new boyfriend and back-up dancer Ricky Alvarez dropped by Wolfee Donuts in Lake Elsinore, California, on Saturday, July 4, to grab some donuts. While at the counter, Ariana Grande was caught on a CCTV footage reportedly licking and spitting on the displayed donuts. According to TMZ, the couple was having a game of truth and dare that involves vandalising the donuts. Apparently, fans of Ariana thought her stunt was very rude and suggested she apologise. But the singer unfollowed her fans instead of giving in to their suggestion.





Meanwhile, others shared their disappointed.. One Twitter user also mentioned how Ariana Grande’s stunt only proved how she’s already becoming a diva.




Joe Marin, the owner of Wolfee Donuts, revealed he reviewed the CCTV footage and can attest that Ariana Grande did lick and spit on the displayed donuts. “One of the trays, yeah, she was licking on them and the other trays, she spit on them,” he told CBS Local’s Crystal Cruz.

Morin said Ariana Grande licked two of the powdered donuts and also spit on another two. She had reportedly vandalised four donuts, which she didn’t buy for herself. "I’m surprised she didn’t lick or spit on her doughnuts that she got,” he added. Morin told CBS that he has already filed a complaint with the Sheriff’s Department.

An employee also revealed that the singer was being very rude to her. This employee is the same woman seen in the video wearing a red shirt.

Ariana Grande has also taken to her Twitter page to issue an apology over the Wolfee Donuts incident. However, the singer only apologised for saying “I hate Americans, I hate America” and did not mention the alleged donut-licking accusation. She also denied rumours claiming she has backed out of the MLB show because of the donut-licking incident. Instead, she blamed her emergency oral surgery for not allowing her to sing at the show.


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