Donut Licker Ariana Grande Deemed Too Much of a ‘Dangerous Woman’ For White House
According to Billboard, on July 22, WikiLeaks published thousands of email transcripts hacked from accounts within the Democratic National Committee, including one surprising correspondence regarding a rejected potential Ariana Grande performance for a presidential event.
Following the pop star's July 2015 donut-licking scandal, for which she had since repeatedly apologized and did not face charges for, the leaked emails show that the Dangerous Woman singer was in heavy consideration for a gig to perform at a White House gala. Unfortunately, due to Grande's aforementioned behavior, as well as accompanying video footage of her exclaiming, "I hate America," the proposed performance was quickly squashed by a higher-up.
The emails revealed that despite having no criminal charges on her record, after the "Into You" singer was vetted by DNC officials for an otherwise fairly innocuous background check, a White House representative by the name of Robert "Bobby" Schmuck turned down the proposal with a brisk, "Nope, sorry."
Talk about "Bad Decisions," huh?
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