Ariana Grande has revealed that the reason she changed the cover art for her debut album “Yours Truly” was because of harassment from her fans.
Last month, the child actress-turned-pop star celebrated the 10-year anniversary of her debut album “Yours Truly.” To mark the milestone, last week he released “Yours Truly (Tenth Anniversary Edition),” which includes seven bonus tracks: a Spanglish version of “The Way” featuring Mac Miller and six new live-from- London of “Honeymoon Avenue. “, “Daydreaming” and “The Way.” and six new live recordings from London of “Honeymoon Avenue”, “Daydreamin”, “Baby I”, “Tattooed Heart”, “Right There” and “The Way”.
She also held two question-and-answer sessions on TikTok, where she answered a fan’s question asking why she changed the cover art for ‘Yours Truly,’ to which Grande replied, “Well, [la portada original] it’s terrible. It’s not terrible, it’s… you were right.
“You were very angry when you saw it, I was very sorry and I changed it. You were right. But you are not always right. Your bullying has been continuous for the last 10 years.”
The 30-year-old singer has already asked his fans to be “gentler” in their comments. In April of this year, after fans’ concerns about her body spread on social media, Grande decided to say, “We should all be nicer and less comfortable making comments about people’s bodies , whatever it is.”
“If you think you are saying something nice or well-meaning, whatever, healthy, crazy, big, small, this, that, sexy, bullshit… we should try not to do it so big.”
She also came to the aid of her ex-wife Pete Davidson after he shared his experiences with suicidal thoughts and online bullying. “I know you already know this, but I think I need to remind my fans to be kinder to each other,” he said. “I stand for nothing more than forgiveness and positivity. I appreciate Pete and his health. I ask you to be kinder to others, including on the internet.”
In other news, Ariana Grande shared a new video for her debut single ‘The Way’ and paid tribute to Mac Miller. The duo dated from 2016-2018 before the late rapper’s death on September 7, 2018, from an accidental overdose.
Earlier this month, Grande and Demi Lovato parted ways with their manager, Scooter Braun. In response, the superstar’s manager said, “New story…I don’t manage myself anymore.”