Actor Michael Rapaport publicly shamed Ariana Grande when he posted an offensive tweet slamming the singer two days ago on December 19th. He posted a picture of her and captioned it, "Ariana Grande is 27 acts 12, you take off those boots she hides her legs in, the cat eye make up and the genie pony tale and I think there’s hotter women working the counter at Starbucks no disrespect to Starbucks".
Fans were not at all happy with his comments and now the actor has responded to the backlash. Rapaport has yet to apologize and instead, continues to publicly put the singer down. He stands by the comments he made. After the backlash over his insults to Ariana Grande, the actor has now posted another tweet insulting the "thank u, next" singer.
Michael Rapaport tweeted a picture of Pete Davidson and Ariana Grande with Rapaport's face photoshopped onto her ex's face. "When Thank You, Next is really life!!!," he captioned it. "Always Stay Disruptive! Shout out to all the Women at Starbucks!!!". He also took a moment to shoutout his podcast in the tweet, "@iamrapaport is live & disruptive!!!".
Ariana Grande herself has not responded to his comments, but her fans have. Check out what people had to say in response to his latest tweet targetting the "Sweetener" singer.
You’re saying “stay disruptive” lmao. Dude, your “disruptiveness” was literally calling Ariana not pretty. Do you REALLY think a man calling a young woman not pretty is anywhere even NEAR being edgy?? No. It’s been going on forever by men trying to hide their own insecurities— Starbeam Night (@StarbeamNight) December 21, 2018
@ArianaGrande made you relevant, she didn’t even do any of the work, it was all you. You should thank @ArianaGrande for all the publicity that you’ve received today, and that will quickly exit your life.— Mackenzie Greene (@MGthetruth) December 21, 2018
men: “she ain’t hot” also men: pic.twitter.com/ubdDbYhV8A— déborah (@flapdeb) December 21, 2018
By the way, she doesn’t care about your opinion, she knows what she is and what she does, and nobody can say something about that except the people that know her— Emilio (@alphxbet_boy) December 21, 2018
Do something useful for you country and stop the bad comments about women, be constructive and not the opposite.
Michael Rapaport even called Ariana Grande's fans "The LiL Meanies" on Twitter after the backlash, and also said that he experienced "days of being attacked by The Arianators".
He continues to publicly bully Ariana Grande, who has had a hard enough year already. It looks like the actor is clinging onto his comments like he's clinging onto relevancy. Thank u, next.