CA Radio Station Pulls Ariana Grande’s Music after Doughnut Shop Incident


Santa Clarita radio station KHTS AM-1220 has pulled all of Ariana Grande’s music from its airwaves after the pop star was caught on tape licking and spitting on several doughnuts before saying she “hates Americans.”

Station co-owner Jeri Seratti-Goldman, whose son is an Army Ranger, told Breitbart News that the station pulled the singer’s music because of her anti-American comments, and that she did not believe Grande’s apology was sincere.

“Too many excuses,” she said of the singer’s two apologies.

Seratti-Goldman said the station plays seven to eight hours of music per day and even more at night, but Grande’s songs will no longer be in her playlist.

“It’s unfortunate because she’s such a talented artist,” station co-owner Carl Goldman said. “Hopefully, she’ll get her priorities in order but we feel we cannot support her by playing her music given her current views and current behavior.”

Grande was caught on tape licking several doughnuts she had not purchased at the Wolfee Donuts shop in Lake Elsinore, California on July 4.

Shop owner Joe Marin previously told Breitbart News that he would like charges filed against Grande over the incident. Riverside County law enforcement has said they will not charge the singer with a crime.


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