If you didn't know that Ariana Grande released the best song of 2018 – aka "God is a Woman" – then I'm gonna need you to go and rev up YouTube right this second and amend your wrongs. There's no time to waste, off you pop.
For those of you who have heard the best song of 2018, then you might've seen that Ariana has been hit with some criticism from people who basically think the song is blasphemous, despite the fact it doesn't refer to any particular religion and the fact the complicated question of how we portray God's gender stretches back hundreds of years.
As one of the most supportive and loyal fan bases, Ariana's fans (or the Arianators if you want to be technical) immediately leapt to her defence.
Well, although Ariana hasn't directly responded to the criticism, her recent Twitter likes tell a story on their own. That story basically goes: "Once upon a time, Ariana Grande was unbothered. The end."
And as well as liking some tweets about the controversy, she also responded to a fan about blocking out the haters and paying them no mind.
Like, Ari's really not having it.
She then liked this tweet.
And then this one for good measure.
And retweeted this to let you know she really snapped.
Ariana Grande-Butera-Davidson remains unbothered, and that's that on that.
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