Rumors of Ariana Grande's insane diva behavior have been making the rounds online lately, and the "Problem" singer has mainly kept quiet on the subject.
Yesterday, however, when reports began to circulate that Ariana said she hopes her fans f--king die, the songbird finally felt the need to speak up.
"Man some of these rumors that have been coming out about me lately actually have me laughing out loud," Ariana tweeted. "Really can't take em seriously."
Clearly not concerned about looking like she's overcompensating, Ariana proceeded to fire off several more tweets on the subject, saying:
"love love love love love. k? n here's some more love for u. even those who are unkind. here's some love for u too. u need it most... what u put out you get back.
"live for love and your life will be pretty."
"not to quote rent but ima boutta quote rent. share love. give luv. spread luv. measure ur life in luv. (I quoted rent & I'm not apologizing)"
"sooner or later ppl will realize that what u put out is what u get back. the lies/hate etc. give love & I promise life will treat u better :)!"
Wow. Doth Ariana protest too much?
We'd say she's laying it on a bit too thick, and considering some of the things she (allegedly) said, all that "love" she professes might not be enough.
Many young stars have been the subject of vicious tabloid reports featuring exaggerated prima donna behavior, but in Ariana's case, the sources are pretty credible.
The now-infamous "f--king die" quote comes from the The N.Y. Daily News, and just last week, E!'s Giuliana Rancic confirmed that the rumors about Ariana's behavior are true.
Giuliana in particular is not in the business of lying, as her network thrives on stroking celebrity egos and the all-access exclusives this gets them.
Regardless, Ariana's shaking it off. Here's hoping she's telling the truth, but if not, that lil Ari can get her ego in check before she divas herself right out of a career.