TikToker NoahGlennCarter Claims He Receives Death Threats From Ariana Grande Fans

TikToker NoahGlennCarter released a video in which he made comments regarding Ariana Grande's body and received death threats from her fans.

Ariana Grande recently shared a video on her TikTok account calling out all of the individuals who have been criticising her for body shaming. Next, TikToker NoahGlennCarter released a video in which he made comments regarding Ariana’s weight and appearance. He later claimed that he had been receiving death threats from fans as a result. He said in the video, “Ariana Grande just addressed everyone’s concerns about her body. Many people were concerned for Ariana Grande, saying they didn’t recognise her and that she looked too skinny now.” He summarised the singer’s remarks in a follow-up video and polled other TikTokers on their opinions on him receiving death threats.

In her video, Ariana said, replying to the trolls, “We should be gentler and less comfortable commenting on people’s bodies.” Following that, Noah posted a video in which he detailed all the threats he had been getting from the singer’s followers. I’m going to share some threats that were made against me with you guys. Everything began when this person tweeted. They’re saying this now because they don’t appreciate the videos I made about Ariana Grande’s recent events. But I don’t care about what they said; I care about the people and their responses, he continued.

After that, Noah started to read tweets, stating, “One person tweeted out that they want to try to leak my address, and they tweeted this with an image of Kris Jenner clutching a handgun. Another guy tweeted an image of a Neon Genesis character loading a gun and stated he would come over to my house.

He added in the video, Now, these threats are never okay under any circumstances, so I am taking the threats very, very seriously. I’ve received threats similar to these in the past, and someone did disclose my address, so I already alerted the authorities about this and given them the Twitter profiles. I’m not sure whether they’ll take any action, but I just want to let everyone know that making threats like this online is not acceptable.”

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