Ariana Grande Supports LGBTQ Fans After Homophobic Incident at Her Concert

  • Ariana Grande Supports LGBTQ Fans After Homophobic Incident at Her Concert

Ariana Grande Supports LGBTQ Fans After Homophobic Incident at Her Concert

Ariana Grande was performing in Atlanta for her Sweetener World Tour when a man had the audacity to stand outside the venue with a microphone in hand, belting homophobic comments.

The Thank U, Next singer later shared some loving words for her LGBTI fans at the sold-out performance at State Farm Arena.

A woman approached him and brings up the point of Pride Month to which he responds, "God wants you to repent". There were clips showing the crowd singing, "Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye".

She directed her fans to go check out an episode of "Black Mirror" starring Miley Cyrus - and ended her caption saying, "Also my hair is down again".

Grande told fans that she is "so sorry" that they "had to encounter this".

One observer said that by the end, the hateful banner got thrown, the speaker was knocked over and a headset was tossed.

Several fans wound up taking video of incidents surrounding the protestor and uploading them to Twitter. But recently, she surprisingly ditched that iconic hair look.

"Proud of u all for not fighting / engaging violently". Never worth it, ' the pop star tweeted.

She also pointed out that the men were "highly outnumbered" and reminded her LGBTQ fans that they are "so celebrated and loved and safe".

Overall, the whole album is stuffed with clever anecdotes brought to you straight from the process of falling in love, getting your heart broken, doing your best to get over it and falling back in love with yourself.

Given that Grande has said in the past that her ponytail causes "constant pain," you can imagine she has one less problem without it.