Ariana Grande Fires Back at Grammy Producer for "Lying" About Her


Ariana Grande released her much anticipated album Thank U, Next, on Friday and the internet was already abuzz by the morning about all the new songs she released.

She added: "I offered three different songs".

Grande is firing back at the assertion on Twitter calling his statement a lie. "I hope the show is exactly what you want it to be and more", she continued. Right off the bat, Ariana sings, "I know you hear me when I cry, I try to hold it in at night, while your sleeping next to me". Some were shook, some understood but then Ari drops her album and, honey, let me tell you that it's got me feel all type of ways.

We hope Ari's doing OK, but most of all, we hope she keeps dropping albums. It is just a game y'all. and I am sorry, but that is not what music is to me'.

Over the past year, Ariana Grande and her team have ignored that convention.

The publication stated she was initially told she couldn't perform her latest hit "7 Rings", before being told she could belt out the track as part of a medley.

Camila Cabello will open the show with fellow Latino stars Ricky Martin and J Balvin and there will also be performances from Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, Kacey Musgraves, Yolanda Adams, and Little Big Town, among others. She's not expected to attend the ceremony, though she tweeted that she is "still grateful for the acknowledgement this year". About feeling supported. About art and honesty.

In a series of tweets, she defended her decision to walk away and called out Ehrlich for lying.

The singer is nominated for best Best Pop Vocal Album and Best Pop Solo Performance at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards.

This news follows reports that Childish Gambino, Kendrick Lamar, and Drake also turned down Grammy performances.

Ehrlich said the Recording Academy wanted Grande to perform at the Grammys after having "conversations over the past month or so", the AP reported.