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Unless you have been under a rock the last couple of days, you are certainly aware of the controversy surrounding the post-performance interaction between singer Ariana Grande and Bishop Charles Ellis at the funeral of legendary entertainer Aretha Franklin.
Some online discussion has focused on Ellis’ apparent joke about her name sounding like a menu item at Taco Bell. It was an unfortunate joke that he has since been soundly panned all over the Internet and led to Ellis apologizing for the comment.
The focus of this post, however, will address the other controversial aspect of their interaction in the aftermath of her musical performance at Aretha Franklin’s funeral service.
After her musical performance, Grande was invited to accompany Ellis at the microphone for some public interaction on the stage before the attendees. One of Ellis’ hands were on the body of Ms. Grande.
At times, his hand was either gripped tightly around her waist and at other times at the side of one of her breasts. Depending on who you …Read the Rest
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