Sunday, June 02, 2019

Blind Item #3

Everything was fine with just the illness excuse. She could easily have gone the PTSD route. But, when this A list singer gives a specific reason, she is inviting every person with an internet connection to post photos of her online asking the question why not this time?

17 comments:

Kate k said...

Ariana Grande.

Chillax said...

Is the ponytail too tight?

Enthusiasm Quotes said...

Very Nice And Interesting Post, thank you for sharing
Inspirational Quotes
Excellence Quotes - Wiki Dragons
Train Hard Quotes - Decent Images
Future Quotes - God Quotes
Super Successful Quotes
Good Exam Quotes - Quotes Words

So Outrageous said...

Ariana and her tomato allergy

HeatherBee said...

I guess she could always enjoy a nice doughnut if lasagna is now lethal!

Gen-z99 said...

Yawn

Troy Dyer said...

Hahaha as soon as I read the byline on this, I was waiting for a blind/ Enty rant.

HeatherBee said...

When did malingerers find disfavor with “exhaustion “?

Guesser said...

@HeatherBee, or Lyme disease?

Meredith said...

+1 So Outrageous

gauloise said...

To be fair, nightshade allergies are pretty common, and is largely undiagnosed

Biscuits said...

Nightshade allergies are very common, my friend wasn't diagnosed until 37 that she had the allergy and had eaten tomatoes etc up until that point her whole life. I actually asked her her thoughts on the cancellation excuse and she was like "not surprising, it can really mess with your throat and breathing".

So maybe chill for a min?

Sunkist said...

ariana grande has a great voice but she is a piece of shit

Krissie said...

Nightshade allergic are common but it applies to more than just tomatoes... potatoes, peppers, eggplant. Now why the fuck is she going off about tomatoes now? And how does this apply to her PTSD

Lyss16 said...

*Chris Crocker voice*: LEAVE ARIANA ALONE

Mozart said...

I thought nightshade allergies resulted more in gastro-instestinal inflammation, not a epi-pen throat-swelling way.

Krissie said...

Mozart that is generally correct, they're not really allergies so much as intolerances.

Advertisement

Popular Posts from the last 30 days