Ariana Grande Can’t Wait To Be 95, Naked, And Chilling At Whole Foods
In an interview with Billboard Magazine that just came out today, Ariana gets real about how much double standards piss her off.
“Do you want to see something I saved to my phone because it upset me so much?” Ariana asks her interviewer, showing him a collection of tweets from a U.K. radio station, two of which praise Justin Bieber and Zayn Malik for showing skin, and two other which scold Miley Cyrus and Kim Kardashian for doing the same thing.
“If you’re going to rave about how sexy a male artist looks with his shirt off, and a woman decides to get in her panties or show her boobies for a photo shoot, she needs to be treated with the same awe and admiration. I will say it until I’m an old-ass lady with my tits out at Whole Foods. I’ll be in the produce aisle, naked at 95, with a sensible ponytail, one strand of hair left on my head and a Chanel bow. Mark my words. See you there with my 95 dogs.”
We can’t wait to hold her to that one.
Elsewhere in the interview, Ariana also discusses why some media outlets feel the need to identify a woman as a man’s ex, something she’s experienced first hand after breaking up with rapper Big Sean.
“I’ll never be able to swallow the fact that people feel the need to attach a successful woman to a man when they say her name. I saw a headline — draw your own conclusions [on the subjects] because it’ll be so much drama that I don’t want — they called someone another someone’s ex, and that pissed me off.”
And just in case you’re wondering what the secret behind Ariana Grande’s new feminist compass is — it has everything to do with the bad bitch Super Bunny who we’ve been seeing so much of lately.
“Whenever I doubt myself or questions choices I know in my gut are right — because other people are telling me other things — I’m like, ‘What would that bad bitch Super Bunny do?’ She helps me call the shots.”
Doesn’t have quite the same ring to it, but we’d rather have her judging us on a Friday night than Jesus.
Thanks for the introduction, Ariana.