Ariana has a big, big fan base, and she’s not done getting into the act of raising awareness about her sister’s health struggles.
As the singer told fans on Tuesday night, she had just released her first video with her sister and was very excited to be on stage with her again.
“We’re in the studio right now,” she said, holding up a large handkerchief that was covered in Ariana’s face.
“It’s called ‘Evaluated WBC’ and I’m with my sister.
So, I’m not sure if it’s gonna be a video or if it will be something else.
I don’t know yet.”
The video was originally shot at the Los Angeles premiere of Ariana & Stone’s The Last Vegas in November, and it was released during her last performance in Las Vegas.
“I was just like, ‘Oh, you know, that’s good,'” she said of the moment her sister was diagnosed with colon cancer in December.
“And then she had an operation and was in her hospital room.
And we had just finished the show, and I was like, oh my God.
I thought she was doing great.
And then we’re walking down the street and I look at the camera and it’s like, I mean, we’re gonna be here for hours and hours and HOURS and HOUDS.
So it was just really emotional.
She was just the most amazing.
It’s really just a testament to the strength and strength of the family.”
But not everyone is happy with the video.
A spokesperson for Ariana said in a statement that “a video has been made without her permission, and without her consent, without her knowledge or consent, and with her permission for the video to be released without her having read or approved it.
The video depicts Ariana performing an elevated wbc, a wbc performed with an elevated vocalist and a camera mounted on her head that is clearly visible.
This is offensive and disgusting, and not reflective of her.”
The spokesperson also went on to say that “no one should have to live with the effects of an elevated voice or an elevated body, as this is not appropriate for anyone under the age of 21, or anyone who has ever been diagnosed with a serious illness, including cancer, HIV, Hepatitis B, or any other illness that can lead to serious physical and mental impairment.”
“If we were to release a video that included her voice and her body in that state, we would be doing so at the expense of a very young child, and at the risk of harming an entire community,” they added.
“Ariana’s health has been a concern for us for many years, and we understand the concerns of people around her and her family.
We are not asking for forgiveness from Ariana or her family, and are in no way condoning her health.””
We will be releasing a video to clarify the situation and to address the concerns raised, and will be updating our social media accounts and Facebook pages in the coming days and weeks to show the video and her full health history,” the spokesperson continued.
“We ask that you do not contact Ariana, or her mother, or the staff of the Los Altos, or our family or any of our friends, until this issue is resolved.
We also ask that anyone who may have been affected by this video, or their families, contact the LAPD Medical Examiner’s Office at 213-686-2153 or the Ventura County Coroner’s Office, which handles public records requests.
We apologize for any pain this has caused.”
It’s not the first time Ariana fans have found themselves in hot water.
Back in December, a viral video that was later deleted from YouTube caused controversy, with many Ariana fan groups, including the American Music Awards, and several celebrities condemning the clip as “misogynistic, homophobic, transphobic, and racist.”
Ariana Grande has previously shared videos of herself performing wbcs, and the singer has also spoken out against people who use the term “diversity.”
“People who use this term diversity, they’re not actually saying that,” she told Billboard in 2016.
“I am so very clear, I am so clear, and no one who has heard me talk can be misled.”