April Love Geary comes on Ariana Grande. The model came in defense of the "God is a woman" singer after trolls had attacked her choice of clothing.
Geary, 23 years old, took her Instagram stories on Saturday, September 1, after Grande, 25 years old, had a setback over the dress she wore during a day at the funeral of Aretha Franklin.
Geary posted for the first time a Twitter exchange in which two women talked the way they talked Bishop Charles Ellis III Grande touched as she spoke to her post-performance, for which he apologized on Friday, August 31st.
As the commentators noted, people instead of focusing on Ellis blamed the "No Tears Left to Cry" singer for her outfit choice.
"I do not care what you think of Ariana Grande, her music or her dress," one person wrote. "This is wrong, the bishop's hand should not lie on her chest."
Geary later posted a screenshot of a lengthy direct message that someone had sent her, in which she wrote how Grande should have been "modest" and "APPROVED", among other things.
"YOU ARE THE PROBLEM," Geary subtitled the screenshot and added: "F-ck off hahahah."
Twitter users expressed concern about Grande after photo ?? s of the bishop with his arm around the pop star showed his hand around her chest, using the hashtags #RespectAriana and #RespectArianaandAllWomen. The preacher later offered an apology for the physical interaction.
"It would never be my intention to touch a woman's chest … I do not know, I suppose I put my arm around her," he said The Associated Press after the incident. "Maybe I crossed the border, maybe I was too friendly or familiar, but again, my apologies."
Geary – who expects her second child with boyfriend Robin Thicke – facing criticism earlier this month to conceive so soon after the birth of their 6-month-old daughter, Mia, and for being unmarried before embarking on.
"Why are women obsessed by saying that I need a ring? Getting married is the easy part, seeing how you're together AFTER having the baby's is the hardest part," she joked back to the haters on Instagram. "We're in 2018. Not the 1950s. Women do not have to get married before they get babies. You'll have to relax."
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