Ariana Grande’s donut shop controversy explained – she’s innocent!

On July 7th, TMZ has leaked a raw video of Ariana Grande with Ricky and his relatives at a donut shop while they were celebrating the Fourth of July. Ariana and Ricky were caught kissing on camera, which confirms their relationship. Controversy has been brought up when Ariana Grande licked donuts and her choice of words when she cursed and said “I hate America”. Well folks, that is all explained.

Ariana Grande took it to Twitter to apologize for the actions that happened during that night, saying how everything was put out of context. She sets a great example of the US and the obesity weight that brings a negative impact on society:

She also explains how she cancelled the MLB show due to her oral surgery of having her wisdom teeth removed. Also, in the video, you can see Ariana and the employee laughing along as Ariana was amazed at how huge the donuts were. That’s why she has used those words about America, but TMZ did not show this in the first video released!

Classy way to put an end to this Ariana! Now everyone can stop this controversy and stop giving TMZ attention for this, since it’s clear that they just want to make Ariana Grande look bad.

UPDATE: Because everyone didn’t accept Ariana’s apology on Twitter, she posted a video on YouTube on her Honeymoon Diaries channel finally ending the whole incident. A round of applause to the queen!

Ariana Grande to perform at 2015 MLB All-Star Show

THIS EVENT WAS CANCELLED DUE TO HER ORAL SURGERY!

On June 15th, it was announce that Ariana Grande will headline a free concert at 8 p.m. Saturday, July 11 at Paul Brown Stadium as part of the MLB All-Star half-time Game festivities, a show organized by Major League Baseball officials announced Monday.

Grande will be joined by special guest Rixon for the performance. Gates will open to the public for the rain-or-shine concert at 5 p.m., and fireworks will follow the show.

The pint-sized star with the big voice, known for hit songs such as “Problem,””Love Me Harder” and “Almost Is Never Enough,” also headlined this year’s NBA All-Star Game halftime show in February.

Grande will join many other celebrities headed to Cincinnati as part of the All-Star Game festivities. Last month, officials announced that rappers Snoop Dogg and Macklemore, “Hunger Games” star (and Union, Kentucky native) Josh Hutcherson, actor Anthony Anderson and more notable names will play in the celebrity softball game.

The 2015 MLB All-Star Half-Time Show will be held on July 11 at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati.