Ariana Grande Defends Brother Frankie on Instagram Following Homophobic Comment
If you've got a problem, she'll solve it! Ariana Grande defended her older half-brother Frankie Grande from a homophobic comment on Monday, Aug. 11, on Instagram.
After the "Problem" singer, 21, posted a photo with her brother, 31, a commenter called him "that homo." Grande then went on a rant in his defense, writing: “That ‘homo’ is the fiercest, most incredible, funniest, most intelligent, kind hearted and most LOVED person on the face of the planet!"
Frankie is currently competing on CBS' Big Brother, and on Friday, Aug. 8, he confessed to the housemates that he's related to the pop star.
"He also cleaned up his game and told the truth to everybody in the house WHICH by the way, nobody else on the show has done," she continued in the rant. "so i don’t give a flying f–k if or when he comes home!!! he is incredible and i am SO proud!!!!"
Ariana has been vocally supporting her half-brother, often tweeting about the show and even supporting him from the audience on Aug. 8 in case he was evicted, and posing for a selfie with host Julie Chen.
She topped it off by saying, "oh and also ‘that homo’ gets more ass than you’ll ever get in your life. k miss thing?”