Jennette McCurdy raised eyebrows on Twitter by calling out an unnamed former "friend" for being a drama queen and a "leech" for gossip in a lengthy rant.
Could she be talking about her Sam & Cat co-star Ariana Grande, as many suspect? Some notable excerpts from Jennette McCurdy's Twitlonger post:
- "I enjoyed her company because she was fun and energetic, but I had reservations about how much I could trust her ... she seemed to be a leech for drama and gossip."
- "I felt like every time [we hung out] I was in quicksand. Being around her took my identity because everything in her world became just that... Her World."
- "Being friends with you takes the 'better' out of me. In fact, I might possibly be the worst version of myself when I'm around you."
- "I'm standing up for myself. I'm not playing your games, letting you manipulate me, and succumbing to your twisted perception of reality."
- "You won't be hearing from me anymore because sweetheart, being a friend to you was doing so much more for you than it was doing for me."
- "You sucked the life right out of me, and I want my life back."
But not so fast.
Jennette’s no stranger to calling out those who cross her, including Nickelodeon, who she publicly called out in a similar, nameless fashion this spring.
Despite reported tension over salaries and Sam & Cat, the descriptions of the person in question just don't mesh with Ariana, according to insiders.
“I really don’t think [the tweet] is about Ariana, and I know they haven’t had a falling out," says a source." They were still hanging out last week!”
“I do know that there’s probably a lot of jealousy there. They’re young girls. I know that Jennette owned Nickelodeon and then Ariana came along."
Jennette became a household name when iCarly hit the network in 2007, while Ariana didn’t get her big break on the channel until 2010's Victorious.
Insiders believe that even if McCurdy is resentful and/or jealous of Grande, Ariana hasn't done anything to her personally to warrant this tirade.
Whomever did ... she's got one less "Problem" without 'cha.