At some point on September 9th, a guy called Aharon Brown was detained for reportedly trespassing on the singer’s home while carrying a big hunting knife, threatening to use it on the team protecting her from the man.
A restraining order has been sought by Ariana against the man she claims has been terrorizing her for the past seven months.
TMZ acquired a copy of the paper in which she wrote:
“I am fearful for my safety and the safety of my family. I fear that absent a restraining order, Mr. Brown will continue to come to my home and attempt to physically harm or murder me or members of my family.”
When the police arrived, the suspect ran on foot, disregarding numerous demands to halt before being apprehended.
Brown is currently being held on two felony counts of threatening to harm another person.
The protection order was issued to the ‘Voice’ coach, who happens to be married to Dalton Gomez.
Meanwhile, the ‘Positions’ singer reminded her fans last month with a “gentle warning” that the Delta version of the coronavirus is on the rise in the US.
She posted an image of herself in a mask to Instagram, along with the caption:
“vaxxed n masked.
“This is your gentle reminder to please get your vaccines if you are eligible. this thing is not yet over! sharing some info because I care and if I can, I’d like to help anybody who is hesitant or curious with making their decision.
Ariana Grande’s fame has been growing in leaps and bounds.
According to Ariana Grande. Her voice lilts up and down with each word as if she were navigating the Amalfi Coast, which is just how someone with a four-octave singing voice talks.
This is a question she asks everyone she meets, and she’s noticed that people tend to start replying before she’s done asking, proving the question’s greatness.
A natural wonder if not for the sublime, her voice is a marvel in and of itself.
Trying to connect her small stature (she’s barely five feet tall and wears high heels) with the music she makes from her vocal cords is beyond surreal.
During a White House performance in 2015, she riffed along with the opening chords of Whitney Houston’s “I Have Nothing,” which stunned the crowd.
And this was before the first note was played on the piano! Patti LaBelle gave her a standing ovation after the show was over.
Except for the double-platinum albums, all of Grande’s albums have gone platinum; the majority have platinum singles.
In terms of commercial success, her discography is like a Harry Winston’s within a diamond mine.
Grande was chosen one of the top ten music artists of 2020 by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry, two positions ahead of Justin Bieber.
She was Spotify’s most-streamed female artist of the last decade, which no doubt shocked her given that she only debuted three years ago.
Grande now poses the following question: “If you were a soup, what soup would you be?” Then she responds, “I’m a tie.” I’m either a miso or a butternut squash soup.”
She’s recently taken a hiatus from recording to experiment with“new versions of storytelling.”
She’s working with an acting coach who specializes in training leading ladies and they appear to be doing an excellent job.
Grande will appear in the forthcoming Netflix film Don’t Look Up (along with Jennifer Lawrence, Meryl Streep, and Cate Blanchett).
She will act as a soprano shepherd to tomorrow’s pop voices as a judge on The Voice.
She recently played a live performance in the online game Fortnite’s digital environment.