Pop singer Ariana Grande is still emotional over her uncomfortable encounter with a fan last night (December 27) alongside boyfriend Mac Miller. The crooner went back to Twitter today to respond to user backlash.

Instead of going silent, Grande lashed back at people suggesting her sexual tendencies fueled justified objectification.

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Last night, Ariana penned a lengthy note about feeling objectified following an awkward fan interaction.

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A few months ago, Miller talked about having love in his life with Grande.

“Just because we are two people who are in love and have a great relationship doesn’t mean that I’m gonna get weird about this incredible music that we also make together. All I’m saying is, ‘Yeah we’re together, cool.'” (“The Breakfast Club”)

A week prior, Grande refused to crack when asked about allegedly dating Miller.

Seacrest asked about Grande supposedly confirming her relationship with Miller on Instagram recently, to which she replied, “Is that what I did? Is that what Instagram means to you now? OK world let’s go.” The two exchanged some back and forth before Grande said, “It’s too early for this kind of tea. It’s too early man… If I post something that’s what I’m willing to share at the moment. But it doesn’t mean that you Ryan Seacrest with millions of listeners are entitled to more information.” (Billboard)