In the tweet, she wrote: "I have cared for him and tried to support his sobriety & prayed for his balance for years (and always will of course) but shaming/blaming women for a man's inability to keep his s-t together is a very major problem". Responding to claims by Grammys boss Ken Ehrlich that she felt it was "too late to pull something together", Grande instead opened up about difficulties behind the scenes. According to a report earlier today from the Associated Press, Grande and the Grammys clashed over which song she was going to perform.
Grande says that she showed the song to Sean and Alvarez before it was released and that they "loved it".
But Ari was not having it and accused Ehrlich of lying.
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When Grande caught wind of Ehrlrich's comments, the powerhouse pop star took to Twitter to set the record straight on why she won't be attending.
The fact of the matter is - and I actually wrote a little thing in the middle of the night that I'm not going to do anything about, but, I mean.
Still, the clip, created by 'thank u, next' director Hannah Lux Davis, takes an unexpected turn in the final moments, where we discover who the actual object of her desire is... It was when my creativity & self-expression was stifled by you that I decided not to attend.
The music video, which goes along with her latest hit, "Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I'm Bored", was released early Friday morning, but it already has nearly 8 million views. You can ask Melissa Etheridge, who finished her cancer treatment and I put her out on stage, bald, doing Janis Joplin. It's just a game y'all...