Ariana Grande is calling out her social media impersonators, criticizing the online trend as “degrading.”
The “thank u, next” singer shared the comments in a now-deleted post on her Instagram story, which she shared on April 22. According to Cosmopolitan, the post included a video of actor and writer Jordan Firstman, who shared a video of himself doing an “impression of a meme” on his own Instagram.
“Omg can this please also double as your impression of the ponytail TikTok girls who think doing that Cat Valentine voice and that wearing winged eyeliner and a sweatshirt is doing a good impersonation of me …’” Grande wrote of Firstman’s video. “Cause this is really how it feels.”
Grande then added a quote from Firstman’s clip, which she seemed to apply to her own copycats.
“‘Degrading its entire value’ I screamed,” Grande wrote.
This isn’t the first time the “7 Rings” singer has called out online impersonators. In November 2019, Grande shared a series of tweets questioning why social media users consistently pose as her “Victorious” character instead of the “actual” version of her.
“I just wonder whyyyy the cat voice / dialogue,” Grande tweeted at the time. “It’s definitley bizarre seeing people blend the two worlds lmao.”
oof— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) November 24, 2019
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