Well, So Much For Ariana Grande Denying That She Gets Carried Around Like A Baby

December 12, 2014 / Posted by:

Earlier this week, it was reported that the demonic come-to-life Bratz doll known professionally as Ariana Grande made her assistants carry her around like a baby whenever she got too tired to walk. Of course, Ariana’s rep (a talking hairbrush with PTSD from being thrown against the wall during countless temper tantrums) denied that she had ever pulled such a diva baby bitch move and that her minions never transported her spoiled princess-style. However, the Detective La Toyas over at Jezebel are calling bullshit, because they’ve got PROOF.

Jezebel has collected several pictures that show 21-year-old Ariana Grande being carried around like a baby (like the one above from Ariana’s Instagram showing her too tie-tie to walk after a video shoot), although I don’t know if their evidence will hold up in a court of law, considering none of the pictures show her being carried around in a Baby Bjorn like an actual baby. It might be enough to get a verdict of “THAT’S BALONEY!” from Judge Judy, so who knows.

And now that we know she forces her assistants to carry her like a baby, it shouldn’t be at all surprising when we hear a rumor that she also makes her assistants spoon-feed her din-din and read her no fewer than 6 stories before she goes night-night. “Did you hear that? It sounds like Ariana is fussy…somebody better go blow a raspberry on her tummy before she has a pre-nap meltdown and starts destroying shit.

Here’s Ariana earlier today walking like a big girl from her vroom-vroom into the Billboard Women in Music Awards:

Pics: Instagram, Splash

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