Ariana Grande has issued a "thank you, together" to Piers Morgan.
The British television personality, who spends her days shaming her body and making other derogatory comments towards women, has targeted the girl group Little Mix and talk show host Ellen DeGeneres in recent days.
After calling DeGeneres a hypocrite To share a photo montage of famous shirtless men on his show, he went ahead, beating the band for looking naked in a photo shoot for his latest single "Strip."
Grande's mother, Joan, had absolutely none of that, tagged Morgan in a tweet on Wednesday after he continued to hit Little Mix on his social networks.
"Honestly what is wrong with you
@Piersmorgan? Did your mother never teach you? If you do not have anything good to say, do not say it! You came for @TheEllenShow yesterday that was embarrassing, she is an angel. @LittleMix today, have you ever heard of paying tribute? And … well, it does not matter.
Logically, Morgan, who never shied away, responded by dubbing his criticisms of DeGeneres, and then hit Little Mix once more.
"Ellen is a hypocrite, and as for Little Mix, I'd prefer that they use their talent to sell records instead of their nudity," Morgan wrote.
"As your own daughter does …!", He added, trying to win Big's favor.
Anyone familiar with the "God Is A Woman" singer knows that his family is strictly a forbidden area. Grande quickly came out in defense of his mother and returned the blow to Morgan in a series of tweets for the entire Internet to see.
First, he defended DeGeneres as an "amazing and kind human being". Then he analyzed why the group of girls who choose to get naked is no one's business.
"I use my talent And my sexuality all the time because I choose," Grande wrote on Twitter. "Women can be sexual and talented. Naked and worthy. It is our choice and we will continue fighting until people understand. I say this with due respect, but thanks, next.
But she had not finished dragging Morgan yet, beating the television presenter's attempts to stay relevant by criticizing "young, beautiful and successful women for everything they do".
"I look forward to the day when you realize that there are other ways to make yourself relevant than to criticize young, beautiful and successful women for everything they do. I think it will be something beautiful for you and your career or what is left of it, "he added.
Grande and Morgan have a bit of history going back to the Manchester bombing at the Grande concert in 2017. Morgan disagreed with the pop star for not visiting the victims in the hospital and choosing to fly home to be with his family.
He later apologized and admitted that he misjudged her after Grande returned to the city shortly after to be surprised and sit down with his injured fans, as well as to organize a charity concert, which raised millions for the victims of the attack.
Morgan tried to defend himself as an equal opportunity offender and assured Grande that his career "was fine", pointing to his name on Twitter.
But Grande already had enough, writing, "Anyway, what else is new. Thanks, fuck, next.