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Fans of Ariana Grande spent their Christmas confused and worried. The singer and businesswoman deactivated her Twitter account for unknown reasons. While some think this might be a strategy since she still posts on her Instagram account, others believe she is taking a mental health break, primarily since many users of the social media platform are known for their toxicity.
Ariana Grande has deactivated her Twitter account, and fans are concerned. Find out when the “thank u, next” singer deactivated her social media account and what fans are saying about it.
The “Dangerous Woman” singer deactivated her Twitter on Dec. 24. She did not announce any reason for her departure from the popular social media platform.
Fans were quick to notice Grande’s deactivation. When Twitter users search for Ariana Grande on Twitter, all that can be seen is a black profile with the words, “This account doesn’t exist” and “Try searching for another.” Some users are getting error messages instead that say, “Something went wrong, try again.”
“Ariana deactivating isn’t surprising.. people, including many of her OWN fans have been saying the vilest things against her without consequences, her mental health comes first so i hope she’ll be ok,” a person wrote.
When looking for her Twitter handle, you might be able to see the message that reads: “This account doesn’t exist. Try searching for another.”
Her fans are even describing the situation as “dark times” and are considering deactivation their accounts too. “ariana went from telling us she loves us every day to deactivating… these r dark times,” one of Grande’s fans wrote. “Ariana deactivated. there’s no point of Twitter anymore,” another person said.
Ariana Grande is still active on Instagram
The Voice coach hasn’t completely removed herself from social media, despite deactivating her Twitter account. She has continued posting on Instagram, but her messages there are one of the reasons that fans are so worried about Grande.
Grande also posted a message that called for empathy to those who might be struggling with the loss of a loved one during the holiday season.
She recently posted an Instagram Story with the somber words, “Someone you know is preparing for their first Christmas without their husband, wife, mother, father, brother, sister, daughter or son. Others are preparing for their last.”
The message continued, “Regardless of the specifics, remember that this season of joy is often times a season of sorrow for many. Be kind, be generous, give love, give help; if nothing else, just don’t give people a hard time.”
To date, Ariana hasn’t addressed her Twitter situation; however, she shared Christmas wishes on her IG Story. “Happy merry!!! Thinking of you all and wishing you the warmest, happiest and healthiest always. :) Love you so very much,” she wrote.
Grande also sent her fans holiday greetings by writing, “Happy merry!!! Thinking of you all and wishing you the warmest, happiest and healthiest always. :) Love you so very much.”
The “Positions” singer continues to promote the Leonardo DiCaprio film Don’t Look Up on her Instagram. Since deleting Twitter, she has also posted a series of photos of herself with her dogs and friends, leaving no caption.
Fans were not happy about the vanishing of Grande’s Twitter account. One distressed fan posted: “Ariana Grande deleted her twitter… I don’t know how my life can go on now…. all I know is pain.”
Grande was recently accused of adopting an “Asian” appearance in Instagram photos that have since been deleted.
Grande, who appeared in images by a New York-based photographer Katia Temkin, was condemned by Instagram and TikTok users for so-called “Asian-fishing”.
The artist’s latest album, her sixth, is 2020’s Positions. In his three-star review, The Independent’s critic Adam White wrote: “Grande explores disco-funk, dirty-minded lyrics and neo-soul, but largely sticks to her comfort zone.”
Grande and Cynthia Erivo were recently cast in the main roles in film adaptation of Wicked.
Grande will play Glinda the Good Witch, while Erivo will portray musical’s main role of Elphaba.