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Ariana Grande Shuts Down Haters Who Make Fun Of The Size Of Her Forehead

Fans probably have Ariana Grande rethinking her recent return to social media after their response to her recent Instagram post on Monday. She had taken a brief hiatus to recoup after calling off her engagement to Saturday Night Live‘s Pete Davidson last week and the loss of her ex, rapper Mac Miller to a drug overdose in September.

The pop star shared a sideways selfie featuring one of her signature high-pony looks with warm, neutral makeup and what appears to be a black jacket over a black spaghetti strap top. But Grande apparently offended followers with her, um, forehead.

The photo has now been titled by the singer as:

 “IM SRY AB MY FOREHEAD”

Fans commented almost immediately about the size and sheen(?!) of the singer’s forehead.

According to PopCulture.com, after noticing the negative forehead comments, Grande tweeted and then quickly deleted a post that read:

“also i see some of y’all making fun of my forehead! sorry i have a big forehead! at least i’m cute and don’t make fun of other ppl’s foreheads! suck my d— ttyl.”

There were, of course, true Arianators out in full force ready to reassure their queen:

And some who seemingly meant well but somehow failed in their execution . . .

The unfortunate commentary came after Grande had tweeted her return to social media to fans earlier in the day:

Grande was good-natured about all the ribbing, joking about the situation on Twitter later in the day, according to PopCulture.com, writing:

“my session got moved til later so i’m back n wanted to say ily one more time even tho y’all hate my forehead”

 

H/T: PopCulture.com, Instagram, Vanity Fair

 

 

 

 

Written by Vanessa Nix Anthony

Vanessa is a freelance-flame-haired-word-ninja-for-hire with a passion for storytelling. Her writing has been featured in The Oregonian, Baltimore Magazine, Oregonlive, KPTV, Metro Parent, and Trulia, among others. She’s the author of the Amazon title, “In Less than a Year,” and her successful Portland-based copywriting agency, The Portland Writer has been helping businesses tell their brand’s unique stories for over a decade. When she’s not writing, cooking, or making magical worlds out of cardboard for her son, Vanessa is hard at work illustrating her forthcoming children’s books or belting out karaoke to favorite 80s or Disney villains tunes. TWITTER: @nessnix, INSTA: @nessnixtony