When Grande caught wind of Ehrlrich's comments, the powerhouse pop star took to Twitter to set the record straight on why she won't be attending.
Grande was originally scheduled to perform at the 61st Grammys this Sunday, where she's up for Best Pop Solo Performance ("god is a woman") and Best Pop Vocal Album (Sweetener), but canceled due to conflicts over her proposed setlist. "I can pull together a performance over night and you know that, Ken". Ken Ehrlich stated the singer pulled out of performing at the Grammy ceremony because she couldn't "pull something together" on time.
"It was when my creativity and self expression was stifled by you, that I decided not to attend", she added.
Despite these creative obstacles, Ariana has made a decision to not let her fans bear the brunt of this.
Reports suggest Ariana's team and Ehrlich came up with a compromise, which would allow the singer to perform a snippet from her current number one and another song the show's producers would pick as part of a medley.
Ariana Grande has accused the organisers behind the Grammy Awards of "lying" and "playing games". "And I'd love to get her in the show this year".
Another wrote: "me trying to find one bad song on #thankunext" with photos of Ariana squinting her eyes as if looking for something impossible to find. "It's about art and honesty", Ariana said.
By the time the show begins on Sunday evening, her fifth album, Thank U, Next will no doubt be topping the charts. "It's just a game y'all. and I'm sorry but that's not what music is to me".
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