Ariana Grande is “saddened” by Anti-LGBTQ protest during her concert

Ariana Grande is “saddened” by Anti-LGBTQ protest during her concert
Photo: Instagram | @arianagrande

Ariana Grande is not here for the homophobic protest that happened during her concert. But, she is definitely here for her LGBTQ fans.

A video surfaced on Twitter showing two men standing outside Grande’s Atlanta concert venue. One of the two men is seen holding an anti-pride banner while spewing hate speech through a microphone.

Throughout the video, the man argues with multiple women who are trying to get him to leave. The man cites the Bible in his arguments taking it as far as telling one of the women “Satan is your god.”

The video was posted by a fan of Grande’s who wrote in the caption:

“f**k these dudes outside the Ariana Grande concert spreading homophobia and being f*****g stupid and it took EVERYTHING in me not to kick him in the balls with me heels on”

The video has become viral on Twitter catching the attention of the pop music icon herself. In response to the unfortunate incident, Grande replied to the video writing:

“man… saddened but not surprised by this one bit. i’m so sorry any of my fans had to encounter this. we will do our best to ensure this doesn’t happen again. proud of u all for not fighting / engaging violently. never worth it. wishing him peace & a healed heart cause girl yikes”

The singer had nothing but words of love and warmth in her words. In another Tweet, she wrote: “Proud of u all for not fighting / engaging violently. never worth it … he is highly outnumbered. you are all so celebrated and loved and safe.”