So I guess this little twit tweets that she doesn't really hate America and Americans after all, that her words were taken out of context and that she was really expressing a sentiment regarding our eating habits and childhood obesity. Good thing she needed to get her wisdom teeth pulled. It's a little incongruous to say you hate America and Americans for their dietary habits but then sing for them while they're eating their hotdogs and drinking their beer and soda pop at a free concert sponsored by Budweiser and Pepsi in conjunction with Major League Baseball's All-Star Game.Pop star Ariana Grande said her words were taken out of context when she was caught on camera saying she "hates America."A video of Grande slamming the U.S. was posted by TMZ on Tuesday. The video shows the singer licking a doughnut at a California doughnut shop when she thought no one was looking. When an employee brought out a tray of oversized doughnuts, the Florida-born singer blurted out, "What the f--k is that? I hate Americans. I hate America." The employee told CBS Los Angeles that Grande was "rude" and even "spit" on the doughnuts.
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