American singer Ariana grande getting cancelled for posting a video on her Instagram story which allegedly mocks the native American culture

American singer Ariana Grande posted a video, allegedly mocking native Americans and Native Americans culture, on her Instagram story and later deleted the video. But people have recorded the video and shared it on Twitter, sparking massive backlash. People are calling for “Cancel Ariana Grande” for mocking Native American culture. Watch the video of Ariana Grande mocking Native American culture, below.

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Video: Ariana Grande mocking native Americans and native American culture in a video call “Summon the spirit”

On June 29, 2021, American Singer Ariana Grande accused of Mocking Native Americans and Native Americans culture by posting this video on her Instagram story. After facing the backlash and criticism, She has deleted the video from her Instagram story.

However, many Twitter users have already screen recorded the video and shared it on Twitter, sparking criticism and outrage.

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Screenshot of Ariana Grande's video mocking native Americans and native American culture

According to details, Ariana Grande is receiving massive backlash for posting and quickly deleting a video that appears to show her, her husband Dalton Gomes and friends trying to “summon a spirit” during an escape the room outing. Many people on Twitter are saying this mocks Native Americans traditions.

Later on, a TikTok user explained that this video was a task that was part of the escape room, Ariana Grande visited.

“This is an escape room called ‘resurrection’ at Quest Room in Los Angeles. This is apart of the room, you have to do this to ‘summon’ a spirit, she wrote.

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TikTok user explains Ariana Grande's deleted Instagram story video and says she was playing a game "Summon the spirit "

ARIANA Grande and her husband Dalton Gomez have been accused of “mocking” Native American culture in a now-deleted Instagram video. 

The clip from Ariana, 28, has since resurfaced online and has been shared by various Twitter accounts.

The Victorious actress and her husband Dalton, 25, apparently joined a few of their friends and participated in a Native American dance during the black and white video.

While sitting at the center of the circle, the Sam and Cat star reportedly sang, laughed, and spun a large piece of cloth around in the air. 

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The other people in the short video were allegedly whooping and drumming along with her.

The singer and her cohorts received online backlash from upset fans for mocking Native American culture.

One fan tweeted: “After being racist to black ppl by doing CA stuff, to Asians by calling them bots, now to Native Americans by mocking their culture, her fake a** needs to be stopped asap.”

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Another fan wrote: “Native Americans being told to shut up by Ariana Grande stans after voicing their upset over overtly racist behavior……that is just…….wow…….”

A third person said: “Ariana Grande disrespecting indigenous people’s cultures?

“Americans have such a long history of dehumanizing Native Americans but shouldn’t we hold those with a platform to a higher standard? Even if it is the bare minimum.”

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A fourth commentator chimed in: “THIS SHOULD’VE STAYED IN YOUR DRAFTS: 

“Ariana Grande getting backlash for posting and quickly deleting a video that appears to show her, her husband and friends trying to ‘summon a spirit’ during an escape the room outing. 

Recently, Ariana locked lips with Dalton in a rare Instagram video on her 28th birthday just weeks after their secret wedding.

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In her Instagram Story, the newlyweds were playing with a slinky while the singer wore a fluffy brown hat and a birthday crown.

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