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'What are you asking?'

Ariana Grande is no stranger to shutting down sexist commenters and interviewers, and Ryan Seacrest is the latest person to experience the swoosh. 

On Wednesday, Grande appeared on Seacrest's radio show, ostensibly to promote her new album, Dangerous Woman. But Seacrest wanted to know if she's dating Mac Miller, because she posted that ambiguous Instagram photo last week, which obviously confirms their relationship. 


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Last year, the media's focus was on her relationship with Big Sean, so it's understandable that Grande is trying to avoid that, but it seems she took more offense to Seacrest's interview style: "What are you asking? You said a sentence, there was no question." 

"If I post something, that's what I'm willing to share at the moment," she added. 

Of course, commenters immediately called her rude and a "brat" and told her she should have just sucked it up and answered the question: She's a celebrity, after all. 

But Seacrest was late to the party, because Grande already reluctantly explained her relationship with Miller on The Ellen Show, as well as dick bicycles. So, maybe start with dick bicycles.  

H/T Mic 
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