Pop star Ariana Grande is a response to criticism over a resurfaced joke just made by her fiance, “Saturday Night Live” comedian Pete Davidson, about the deadly bombing at her 2017 Manchester concert.
Last fall in a stand-up appearance at the Laugh Factory in Los Angeles, Davidson said the bombing must have built Grande realize how famous she had become because “Britney Spears didn’t have a terrorist attack at her concert, ” The Mirror, a British tabloid, said in a tale on Sunday.
On Wednesday, the following comment was posted on Twitter 😛 TAGEND
Grande, who got engaged to Davidson recently, replied 😛 TAGEND
Davidson has personal experience with the lasting effects of terrorism. He was 7 years old when “his fathers”, New York City firefighter Scott Davidson, was killed in the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
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