When a bunch of homophobic protesters gathered outside Ariana Grande's concert location, Ariana took to her Twitter account to let her LGBTQ fans know that they were deeply loved and supported by all.
Ariana got word of the awful event and shared a statement on Twitter apologizing to her beloved fans for the man's actions, especially considering that it's Pride month. She apologized to her fans for having to encounter it and promised that her team will "do our best to ensure this doesn't happen again".
"Proud of u all for not fighting / engaging violently".
"He is highly outnumbered".
She continued dropping hints regarding upcoming tour dates on Twitter on Saturday, 8 June 2019, with a tweet that reads: "adding some more USA dates for you ... truly excited and exceedingly grateful, thank you for making this such a handsome thing, more info soon".
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She added: "also, he was doing the be alright choreo in his garage later that night, i promise". He spoke loudly into a microphone when two people stepped forward to confront him when he started to refer to the Bible, as he denounced both LGBTQ community. There were clips showing the crowd singing, "Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye".
One observer said that by the end, the hateful banner got thrown, the speaker was knocked over and a headset was tossed. At one point during the drama, the man with the mic was doused with a drink.
Several fans wound up taking video of incidents surrounding the protestor and uploading them to Twitter.
Pop sensation Ariana Grande has been dropping hints about additional US Sweetener tour dates and upcoming music releases on social media..