Had Ariana Grande known that the hosts of Los Angeles' Power 106 would spend the entire interview asking her questions like "If you had to choose between your phone and makeup, which would you give up?" she probably would have found something better to do. Instead, poor Ariana had to waste her time schooling ignorant dudebros about how to interview an award-winning female recording artist.
"Is this what you think girls have trouble choosing between?" she shot back. "Is this men assuming that that's what girls would have to choose between?"
When she told them that actually yes, she can go hours without looking at her phone and one DJ advised, "Listen and learn, ladies!" she wasn't having any of that, either. "Boys, learn," she corrected. "Boys and girls, we can all learn."
From there she just kept embarrassing them, arguing that the new unicorn emoji isn't just for ladies and that there are a lot of issues in the world she'd love to solve, including [cough] misogyny. We'll consider this mic dropped.
Ariana Grande, ending white cis-het misogynists one at a timePosted by Superficial on Sunday, November 1, 2015