Ariana Grande is on a ''feminist rampage,'' insisting people respect her for who she is, not who she may or may not be dating.
Ariana Grande is on a ''feminist rampage''.
The chart-topping 'Break Free' hitmaker has reacted angrily to suggestions she is dating One Direction's Niall Horan after they were spotted together on several occasions earlier this week, insisting people should appreciate her for who she is and not what man she may or may not be dating.
She told The Sun on Sunday newspaper: ''A girl can be friends with something with a d**k and not hop on it. We live in a horrendously one-track-minded world.
''Oh God forbid! They must be getting married. I hate everyone.
''I'm tired of needing to be linked to a guy. I'm not Big Sean's ex, I'm not Niall's possible girl. I'm Ariana Grande. If that's not enough, then don't talk to me!
''I'm on this feminist rampage at the moment. I'm me. I'm Ariana. Peace out.''
Despite her furious outburst, the 21-year-old beauty seemed more relaxed at Capital's Summertime Ball with Vodafone at London's Wembley Stadium on Saturday (06.06.15), where she performed 'One Last Time', 'Bang Bang' and 'Problem', and posed for a selfie with David Beckham's eldest son, Brooklyn.
Along with the cute snap, the 16-year-old star posted photos of himself with all four members of One Direction on Instagram, writing: ''Great seeing these chaps (sic).''
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