This YouTuber Slut Shamed Ariana Grande And The Internet Dismantled Him

13 September 2016, 11:27 | Updated: 17 July 2017, 12:20

We the Unicorns

By Charleyy Hodson

Don't ever come for the Queen of Pop.

If there's anything you should have learnt by now about the Internet, it's that you can literally say whatever you want, about anything you want - but that doesn't mean you should. One YouTuber, who goes by the name ArbitraryVlog, just found out the hard well that not all opinions are welcome on YouTube, especially if they're focused on slut shaming two of the most famous women in the world; Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj.

In a video uploaded to his channel, Danny Cressey films himself reacting to Ariana's latest music video, 'Side To Side'. In order to up the cringe factor, Danny has invited along his mother to watch a video he's clearly already disgusted by as he openly points out the need for "viewer discretion" before the reaction has taken place. Throughout the video, he's seen squirming and shouting in the loudest voice to known to this planet about the "raunchiness", and how it should "legitimately... be on PornHub". Just see his reaction for yourself:

After calling the dancers and both Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj "disgusting" for creating a video that's essentially "soft porn", he gives his hot take on why women should stop using their bodies to get the attention of men... thus totally misunderstanding the point of the music video. In fact, one of the top comments sums up why the Internet has decided to fight back against Danny Cressey; "Imagine being this much of a misogynist that you scream at the sight of women embracing their sexuality".

Throughout his reaction video, Danny pauses the track a grand total of six times to give his opinions on why Nicki Minaj is "disgusting" and beg why the video is even on YouTube. However, the only shining beacon of hope in his loud, annoying commentary is the fact that his mom really doesn't really care. All his mom wants to do is say what a "good singer" Ariana is, and we couldn't agree more.


But what do you think - does Miss Grande's new music video have "too much butt", or is it a sign of female empowerment? Let us know in the comments below.