Addison Rae RESPONDS To Ariana Grande’s Shade!
after Ariana Grande made comments about her stance on Halloween parties, fans now think she was targeting some prominent TikTokers for breaking social distance guidelines… and now said TikTokers are weighing in. In case you even remotely thought about going out last weekend with your friends and celebrating Halloween, Ariana Grande graced us with one of many reminders that we are still in the middle of a pandemic, and that instead of gathering in large groups,
we should be “staying our a**es at home.” Just one day after the release of her sixth studio album Positions, Ari shared a non-music related photo of an adorable baby bat to Instagram in honor of her favorite holiday, writing QUOTE, “Happy best day of the year everyone! Please dress up, take photos, get in your pjs and stay your a**es home bc the spookiest
thing going on tonight is still this massive pandemic.” Prior to her PSA, Ari caught up with radio host Zach Sang to chat about Positions, voting, the pandemic and everything in between, when she made a comment about people who feel the need to show face at an infamous influencer hot spot, and fans were quick to assume she was throwing shade specifically
toward TikTokers. “Did we really all need to go to f***ing Saddle Ranch that badly that, like, we couldn’t have waited for the deathly pandemic to pass? Like we all really needed to put on our cowgirl boots and ride a mechanical bull that bad…” As many fans may know, TikTokers are notorious for hanging out at the West Hollywood hotspot, and many even attended a Halloween party there over the weekend. TikTokers including Addison Rae and Bryce Hall, who are seemingly
back on again, didn’t shy away from documenting their night out at the restaurant, sans face coverings. Although it’s unclear whether Ariana was shading the influencers based on last weekend’s events or their many public appearances at Saddle Ranch throughout the pandemic, it IS clear that she’s not here for people constantly putting their lives, and the lives of others, in danger. News quickly spread and many TikTok stars have spoken out on Ariana’s alleged criticism
toward their decision to hit up public hotspots during a pandemic. Paparazzi caught up with Dixie D’Amelio to ask about her thoughts on Ari’s comments, her response is surprising. “I don’t really know what to think… I mean, she’s right, she’s right. But she’s a queen. Love her!” When the same outlet caught up with both Bryce Hall and Addison Rae to ask their
thoughts on the matter, Addison seemed to share the same stance as Dixie, and after admitting that Saddle Ranch IS the TikToker hotspot, she claimed that she’s currently busy working out and preparing for her upcoming movie. “Um, I think it’s fair. I think it’s understandable. I think, um, I definitely have been not going.” These responses have undoubtedly
confused many who have been watching these influencers continue to attend big group gatherings and house parties. Fans weighed in on the matter, like this person who called out Dixie’s response, saying QUOTE, “‘She’s right,’ yeah if she’s right then stopped going out every night.” Another fan called BS on Addison’s claim she “doesn’t go out”, like this user who wrote, “Lmaoo no shade to Addison but she has been going out, she literally went to New York last week and was at
Saddle like last night.” And this person said, “And they hear that and continue to go, and wonder why cases rise.”Of course there’s no question it wasn’t just TikTokers who attended these massive parties and gatherings, as even seen by celebrities who were busted over the weekend for doing so. Although it’s very possible Ari wasn’t singling out TikTokers specifically, her comments about attending these large functions technically apply to EVERYONE, so do as Ari said and let’s continue to stay our butts at home, please and thanks!