As we know, every vote count in politics, but if a person has more than 60 million twitter followers, that vote might count for more than others.
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Just hours before the latest Democratic debate kicked off, Ariana Grande shared images of Bernie Sanders and her from backstage at her concert quoting “MY GUYS.”
The 26-year-old singer post may not be the official endorsement of the 78-year-old senator from Vermont,
“Thank you, Senator Sanders, for coming to my show, making my whole night and for all that you stand for,” added the Grammy-winning artist, behind albums such as Yours Truly and Thank U, Next.
Referring to the work of a project, HeadCount, that is seeking to register voters, particularly young people.
Adding, she said, “We’ve already registered 20k+ young voters at my shows alone. Also, I will never smile this hard again, promise.”
The Florida born singer who is among the topmost twitter accounts with 67.4m followers has always been progressive with her political thoughts, once Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweeted a setlist that framed “progressive politics as an Ariana dance party.”
What Did Ariana Say About Him
Last year to Elle magazine Grande said, “There’s a lot of noise when you say anything about anything. But if I’m not going to say it, what’s the f***ing point of being here?”.
Mr. Sanders, who also posted the image, attended her gig in Atlanta, Georgia, which was also the venue of the fifth Democratic Party debate.
He wrote “I want to thank Ariana Grande for not only being a wonderful entertainer but also for being such an outstanding advocate for social justice,”
“We must be prepared- like Ariana has shown – to fight for everyone who is struggling. It was great to meet her in Atlanta last night.”