Ariana Grande Talks “Cow Tit Pus” and Her Hair Shield in V Magazine

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Ariana Grande said it herself — she's awkward and weird, which are a few of the many reasons why we love her. However, they're also the reasons why we're kinda cringing over her latest interview in V magazine. She talks about "cow tit pus" for crying out loud!

Okay, maybe we should give you some background first. While speaking to the glossy publication for its spring music issue, the 20-year-old explains why she's chosen to follow a vegan lifestyle, "In America, almost everybody thinks you need to have meat for protein. Protein, protein, protein! And what's in dairy? Calcium, calcium, calcium. It's those kinds of proteins that latch onto the insides of your blood- stream and make it easier for you to have a heart attack. Look, cows produce milk with nutrients for cows. Maybe that's why Americans end up looking like cows!"

She adds, "Ultimately, no one wants cow tit pus in their food, do they?" Umm, gross.

As for that oh-so-famous hair of hers, she admits, "I use my hair as a mask, as a shield. I hide behind it and it's what keeps me me. Some people make fun of me for it, but I don't know who those some people are, so I don't care."

…Sorry, we just can't get over the "cow tit pus" comment. Who says that? Love you, Ari, but eww. We prefer to not think about milk and other dairy products as such, thanks.

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  • Samantha

    No you’re a sad case of closed minded America Hannah. Unlike the rest of you this girl actually has a brain that she uses to make logical life choices. Try it sometimes dear, KAITLIN CUBRA

  • Hannah

    She’s an idiot. Sorry that I’m not sorry.