LOS ANGELES • Ariana Grande attacked after her mother and British television presenter Piers Morgan had a heated online discussion.
The singer's mother, Joan, had been upset by Morgan's comments that mocked the British group Little Mix for posing nude and "using sex to sell records."
Joan tweeted: "Honestly, what's wrong with you @piersmorgan? Did not your mother teach you if you do not have anything good to say? Do not say it."
Morgan replied: "Hi, Joan, my mother taught me to say what I think and never to be afraid to express an honest opinion." As for Little Mix, I would prefer that they use their talent to sell records instead of their nudity. own, daughter does it. "
Ariana, angry, tweeted: "I use my talent and my sexuality all the time because that's what I do, women can be sexual and talented, naked and dignified, it's our choice."
The BBC reported that it was for a knockout to say: "I look forward to the day when you realize that there are other ways to make yourself more relevant than criticizing beautiful and successful women for what they do. I'll be something beautiful for you and your career or what's left of it. "
Morgan stood firm, saying: "Of course, women can do whatever they want, but if they use nudity to sell records to young, impressionable fans, I will continue to call them."