The pop star has since deleted her original Instagram comment.
Ariana Grande has apologized after criticizing a joke about JonBenét Ramsey.
The pop star was in hot water for a comment She wrote yesterday (July 29) on Instagram of her friend Douglas Middlebrook about the six-year-old beauty queen, who was mysteriously murdered in the 1990s. In the post, now deleted, Middlebrook shared a photo of Ramsey on a magazine title page with the headline "Nobody Made More Title Pages."
"I can not wait for this to be your Halloween look," Grande commented, whereupon Middlebrook jokingly replied, "I'm already working on it." Both the commentary and the contribution of Grande have since been removed.
However, some fans were quick enough to grasp Grande's comment and immediately called the singer on social media. An 8-year-old girl who was forcibly killed, strangled, and strangled can not be everyone's costume … "wrote a Twitter user.
Grande She later reacted the backlash, admitting that she had made a mistake. "It was out of pocket and I apologize sincerely," she wrote in a tweet.
In another apologized since then, Grande thanked her Fans for not being afraid "h I have to call on my shit ".
Last week, the singer searched for inappropriate photographers on social media allegations sexual misconduct against the famous photographer Marcus Hyde. Grande, who had previously worked with Hyde, described the stories as "heartbreaking" and expressed their sympathy to the victims.