Ariana Grande he said that it will abstain from sharing personal things on line after supporting the relationship of Florence Pugh with Zach Braff.
Grande has defended her friend Florence Pughafter that the star of Little Women published a video stating that “being hateful is not in fashion”, in response to trolls who criticised his relationship.
“Sharing special things of the personal life that make you happy on the Internet can be really traumatic,” he said.
“I know that I’ve taken a step back to protect my loved ones and myself.” He also cited a line from the video of Florence in which he said: “I don’t need you to tell me who I should or should not love. It is not your place, and really has nothing to do with you. ”
Florence will no longer tolerate hateful comments, especially in the midst of the outbreak of coronavirus. “I will not allow that behavior in my page. It’s not about that. Bother Me ”, he continued. “It makes Me sad that during this time, when really we all need to be together, we need to support each other, we need to love each other”.
In other news Arianathe fans joined the trend of manicure at home that was around the artist recently on twitter. Many people reacted impressed that the singer did the maintenance of your nails in home alone. The interpreter 7 Rings shared a story that features a package of nails of @bettyinacherry.