Ariana Grande Slams Sexist ‘Whore’ Comment About Her New Video

Ariana Grande performs onstage at the 2015 American Music Awards.
Ariana Grande performs onstage at the 2015 American Music Awards. Michael Tran/FilmMagic

Get in your corner, mister! Superstar singer Ariana Grande ripped a sexist comment on Facebook this weekend, after a fan called her a "whore" following the release of her new "Dangerous Woman" music video.

The racy new clip features the singer, 22, lounging in lacy black lingerie and writhing about on a white leather couch as she sings lyrics about seduction and empowerment. Unfortunately, this didn't sit well with one fan.

"Ariana: All respect, [I loved] Dangerous Woman, but the trouble is that in [the video she's] like a whore!" the male commenter wrote. "Sorry for the rudeness. I only said the truth. SORRY." He wasn't the only one to feel this way about the clip, as his comment received over 100 likes.

If there was a dislike button, Grande would have for sure hit that. "When will people stop being offended by women showing skin / expressing sexuality?" she sniped back on April 9. "Men take their shirts off / express their sexuality on stage, in videos, on Instagram, anywhere they want to… all. the. time. the double standard is so boring and exhausting. with all due respect, i think it's time you get your head out of your ass. [Women] can love their bodies too!!"

Ariana Grande in 'Dangerous Woman'
Ariana Grande in 'Dangerous Woman.'

Grande's response has garnered close to 2,000 likes from supporters. This isn't the one and only time the "Focus" singer has clapped back over sexist remarks. Just last month, Grande voiced her support for her fellow singer Kesha during a radio interview with Carson Daly, and went further to detail the sexism that confronts women in the industry — and beyond.

"The incredible double standards that we face on a daily basis, in the industry and just in the world, it's shocking," she told Daly. "I would be so amused, and pardon me if this comes across as sexist, but I don't think a male artist would be in the same position right now. Sorry. If i'm speaking about something that I'm passionate about, I'm willing to take the brunt for fighting in what I believe in and my fellow women are definitely something that I will always be one of the first to speak up about."

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