Grande was responding specifically to an Associated Press article published on Thursday, which quotes Ehrlich as saying, "As it turned out when we finally got the point where we thought maybe it would work, she felt it was too late for her to pull something together for sure".
Following the release, an emotional Ariana tweeted: 'I'm sorry my posts were late. scooter allison my mom and wendy made speeches and i cant stop crying. i love y'all. i hope u enjoy this album. this music, you guys and my friends saved my life. love u. sry. iight bye'.
Fans can not get enough of Ariana Grande dropping her new album Thank U, Next. "It was when my creativity & self-expression was stifled by you, that I decided not to attend".
In a separate tweet, Grande uploaded a screenshot of Ehrlrich's quote from the AP story to give fans some context.
Although she won't be hitting the Grammy stage, Grande will be kicking off her "Sweetener World Tour", which includes a headlining appearance at Coachella. It's about collaboration. It's about feeling supported. Not politics. Not doing favours or playing games. Not only that, the singer is just five weeks before her "Sweetner" tour kicks off. Music festival Coachella that takes place around April, will also see Ariana headlining a gig and her fans have been quite upbeat about it, the report suggests.
The 2019 Grammy Awards are set to air Sunday, February 10 at 8 p.m. ET on CBS.