BLAM! Rob Lowe Humiliates “I Hate Americans” Pop Star With Brutal 12-Word Response

Ariana Grande, a 22-year-old-twit pop singer has had a tough week. We reported on the firestorm on social media when she licked and spit on doughnuts in a California doughnut shop.

She went to YouTube to apologize, we’re not linking to it because we don’t link to stuff we consider phony. “Sincere” is what all of us do when we’re sure nobody is watching. Her comments in the doughnut shop are the “real” Ariana, the crap she’s putting out now is nothing but PR panic and fixit.

If you absolutely need to abuse yourself you can find her “apology” at YouTube.

The latest person to pile on, YAY!, is Rob Lowe. And he did it classic style.

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Let’s remember what happened to the Dixie Chicks after their anti-American outburst…

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Here’s hoping today’s little twit, Ariana, pays the same price for her stupidity and her America-hating attitude.

Just so we’re clear, we’re all about free speech. We have no problem with Ariana or the Dixie Chicks saying anything they want to say. What they aren’t bright enough to understand, and what Liberals refuse to acknowledge, is that there is sometimes a price for free speech.

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  • Paul Hooson

    Good for him! This almost makes you forget about his sex scandal…

    • Cyberats

      Actually William Clinton used several sex scandals to cover up murdering his Assistant and somewhat “friend”, when he decided to publish a book titled “Corruption in Government”.

    • Commander_Chico

      If Rob Lowe was a poor non-celebrity, he’d still be in prison.

      • Brucehenry

        Or at the very least on a sex offender registry for life.

  • jim_m

    I really doubt Grande will suffer much, if any, consequences. Despite being an arrogant and vulgar bitch, she doesn’t have the same sort of fans the Dixie Chics did. Country music fans believe in this nation so the Dixie Chics got destroyed in the marketplace by people that objected to their statements. The demographic that Grande goes after is more the Al Sharpton, pro obama, “I hate this country and everything it stands for” crowd.

    • Paul Hooson

      Country music is a more Southern, more politically conservative market where the message of The Dixie Chicks wasn’t real welcome in that market. Grande’s rudeness rubs the audience wrong in a different way, as appearing as very rude and above the rule of public order and decent public behavior. I expect it to be a form of career suicide. Tampering with the food of others really offends people…

  • Cyberats

    It wouldn’t be the same insult if she spent time explaining why she hates Americans. But to spout it without background or context is ignorant and tells of the lack of thinking or consideration to others.

  • Commander_Chico

    She’s just too old for him.

    Of course the Dixie Chicks were right.

    • jim_m

      The public said otherwise.

      • Commander_Chico

        They’re still making a better living than you.

        • Paul Hooson

          And doing better than me. I’m only worth a couple of million dollars as a real estate millionaire on paper these days…

          • Commander_Chico

            They are still touring big arenas.

            All musicians are making less from sales now.

          • jim_m

            LOL. Yeah, they’d have to actually be selling something to do that. Dumbass.

          • Paul Hooson

            Concerts are the mainstays of the music business these days. There isn’t much money in recorded music, where most artists only see about 29cents in royalties from an album, some payments as music publishers from performance royalty payments from bars, but most money comes from live concerts where the recorded music acts as a promo for the artist.

          • Commander_Chico

            Yes, it’s a lot tougher for musicians now. They have to play live all of the time.

          • Commander_Chico

            Nice name for a strip club, but kind of abstract and meta.

          • Paul Hooson

            I’m going to be changing the venue by a deal with some big investors soon to add four venues here. The hope is to kick the sales up to the $6.3 million the club did in the 1990’s peak era with this change of venue.

        • jim_m

          Not the general public. And if you meant the Dixie Chicks, I make a pretty good living. I’ll also note that they tour almost exclusively outside the US (I’m sure that the Ottawa Bluesfest and the Cavendish Beach Music Festival were enormous venues and huge paydays for them as opposed to the stadiums and arenas they played before coming out as anti-american scumbags.

          • Commander_Chico

            All they said was they were ashamed of Bush. Who isn’t, now? They were just ahead of their time.

          • jim_m

            A lot of REAL military vets aren’t. Another reason everyone believes you are a fake.

            They are opening acts and not headliners. Go ahead and delude yourself that they are huge successes these days. They are not.

          • Commander_Chico

            What, like this guy?

            One of the wounded vets who served on the charity’s board told ABC News he was outraged that his former commander in chief would charge any fee to speak on behalf of men and women he ordered into harm’s way.

            “For him to be paid to raise money for veterans that were wounded in combat under his orders, I don’t think that’s right,” said former Marine Eddie Wright, who lost both hands in a rocket attack in Fallujah, Iraq in 2004.

            “You sent me to war,” added Wright speaking of the former President. “I was doing what you told me to do, gladly for you and our country and I have no regrets. But it’s kind of a slap in the face.”

            http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/us-veterans-charity-george-bush-charged-100000/story?id=32251253

            A lot of veterans despise Bush. Especially Vietnam vets and Iraq vets.

            Face it, Bush is an asshole for charging a charity for wounded vets $100,000 and the cost of a private jet.

            As for the Dixiechicks, you can catch their tour dates here: http://www.dixiechicks.com/

            From the website: “Dixie Chicks are the biggest selling female band of all time in the U.S.”

            Their life is awesome, and no Marines got their hands blown off because of them being stupid and greedy, so they will not be burning in hell when they die.

          • jim_m

            The peculiar fsct of inflation has a lot to do with that claim, that and the fact that in the phrasing they exclude acts like Madonna and Taylor Swift and dozens of solo artists that leave them in the shade.

          • Commander_Chico

            I am skeptical, too. “Bands” is the operative word and how it’s defined. Obviously not bigger than the Spice Girls or Supremes, maybe bigger than the Bangles, but they’re still multi-millionaires.

            They’re a lot more well-known than Rob Lowe, who is more of a has-been, even in his infamy. And history proved them right.