By the end she drops all pretense of “advice” and resorts to addressing this “trouble friend” directly (bolded for emphasis on amazing, uncompromising prose). You won’t be hearing from me anymore because sweetheart, being a friend to you was doing so much more for you than it was doing for me.
As for what happened to our friendship, it faded once through happenstance and it is happening this time through my stance. I’m not playing your games, letting you manipulate me, and succumbing to your twisted perception of reality. You sucked the life right out of me, and I want my life back.
But now that Ariana has become a world-conquering force to be reckoned with, her problems are our problems, and her former best friends are our former best friends.
I prefer to evaluate beef without taking into account my level of concern with the parties involved and purely on its own merits and strength of form, and based on those criteria, the Ariana Grande–Jennette Mc Curdy beef is a well-aged, marbly cut of Wagyu.
She’s also a huge fan — she frequently cites it as the movie that made her want to act as a kid.
No reason I’m sharing these details other than to paint a full and accurate picture of Jennette Mc Curdy, the human being, before we move on to …
According to Mc Curdy, they dated for only a week, and she was never that into him.
I don’t know what these kids networks do when their stars publicly misbehave, but as someone who has read more than two articles about Monarch Mind Control, I assume it involves solitary confinement and eye clamps.
I’m (kind of) kidding, but one could reasonably assume that Mc Curdy’s conspicuous absence from the 2014 Kids Choice Awards on March 29 was part of the shaming ritual.
On March 3, mere days after Mc Curdy’s tell-all with Holmes, photos of Mc Curdy in racy lingerie hit the web (NSFW-ish, no nudity).
Fingers immediately pointed toward Drummond as the source, a not-illogical first guess fueled by Mc Curdy’s tweeted response. They haven’t been focused on basketball since 2003.” —ONTD commenter.
“I was put in an uncomfortable, compromising, unfair situation (many of you have guessed what it is) and I had to look out for me,” she wrote.