Ariana Grande is aware that she is continuously being accused a diva and this doesn’t exactly please her.
In a recent interview with InStyle , the “Bang Bang” songstress dismissed the rumors.
She also recognize how others look up to her as a role model and this might be the reason why Ariana Grande and Big Sean’s romance remain low-key.
When asked about the elevator incident where she allegedly wished her fans to die, she said “That one had me laughing hysterically.” “Anyone who knows me or has done any homework at all knows that I would literally give a limb for my fans,” she added.
Despite being in te industry for years, Grande admits that she’s still not numb whenever she reads misleading reports about her: “Part of me wants to say, ‘Oh my god, that’s so not me! Please don’t believe that!'” The “Sam & Cat” actress also finds its surrea that young girls look up to her: “I never expected to be in a position where so many people are invested in every little thing I say and do.” This might be the reason why the “Break Free” hit maker is tryig not to flaut her newfound romance with Naya Rivera’s former fiance.
As Grande continues to disgaree that she’s a diva, there’s one thing she cannot deny – her paycheck.
TMZ reports that Big Sean’s girflriend got paid $9,000 for each episode of the now defunct Nickelodeon show, “Victorious.” The contract, which the publication obtained, implied that the brunette beauty would get $4,000 for writing the show’s theme song, $3,000 for several songs she penned which were featured in the show, and $1,500 for each 20-second skit she wrote.
Apart from the financial perks, the “Put Your Heart Up” singer was also promised the best dressing room on set.