Ariana Grande Responds to Backlash Over Headlining Manchester Pride
Ariana Grande Responds to Backlash Over Headlining Manchester Pride Critics think that Machester Pride should say "thank u, next" to Grande.
Some are saying that a straight artist shouldn't headline an event celebrating the LGBT community.
Grande responded to
the critics on Twitter.
One user wrote, "ariana headlining pride when she’s straight .... and doubling the price of tickets .... kinda smells like exploitation of the lgbt community to me." Ariana Grande,
via Twitter Ariana Grande,
via Twitter The show will take place on Aug.
26, her first Manchester performance since the 'One Love' concert.
It was held after the terrorist attack at Grande's Manchester Arena show in 2017.