When writer, Roslyn Talusan was attacked by Ariana Grande fans over tweets she made criticizing Grande for referring to bloggers as “so lost,” “unfulfilled,” and “purposeless.”
“You f__ing realize bloggers/writers are creators, right? Just because we don’t sing or dance sh_ty choreo or culturally appropriate for profit doesn’t make our craft any less valid. suck on my balls,” Talusan tweeted. The Arianators quickly took to Twitter with death threats and going as far as to post her home address. Talusan, who’s a victim of sexual assault says she was “triggered” by the week-long harassment by Grande’s fans. Ariana sent Talusan a DM apologizing on behalf of her fans and the two discussed their PTSD and mental health journeys.
Who do you think has the most intense fans, Ariana Grande or Beyonce?
this is after 10 hours of not tweeting about ariana grande. even if i ignore them, they’re literally like a horde of zombies lmao— roslyn talusan (@rozzybox) April 28, 2019
may as well keep exposing them for being disgusting ????????♀️ pic.twitter.com/ehaub4TvG5
more people who’ve been harassed by ariana grande’s stans pic.twitter.com/Ko9am2dtDg— roslyn talusan (@rozzybox) April 28, 2019
in the last 24 hours alone, i’ve gotten about 80 more dms, mostly from accounts with ariana grande as their profile picture.— roslyn talusan (@rozzybox) April 29, 2019
on insta, ariana grande update accounts with 100s of followers are still posting the pop alarm tweet and tagging my @
since vice and buzzfeed news ran their articles i’ve received 3 $0.01 paypal donations from stans— roslyn talusan (@rozzybox) April 29, 2019
Ariana Grande Messaged A Writer After Her Fans Became Violent And Threatening Over Criticisms Of The Singer https://t.co/GUyvDAre7h pic.twitter.com/J7Iw7WyQ8j— BuzzFeed Painter Robot (@BuzzPainter) April 29, 2019