Los Angeles: Singer Ariana Grande wants male singers and rappers to stop using derogatory sexist terms in their songs.
Ariana Grande. Pic/Santa Banta
The 22-year-old wants to put an end to the use of derogatory terms in tracks, as well as in real life, to address the opposite sex and insists the vulgar trend needs to "go away soon".
"When men talk about women in songs it's like, 'Oh, hell yeah, 'h*s and b**ches'," Grande told mirror.co.uk.
"And if a girl makes a song about a break up then it's like, 'Wow, I can't believe she did that', or, 'What a s**t'. Whether it's the music industry or real life we need to break the standard and it needs to go away soon," she added.
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