Ariana Grande's fake dad sent a message to his (not really) little girl's big boyfriend, Big Sean. It's her fake dad because on Twitter edward_butera--a version of Ariana's real dad's name--isn't really Edward Butera, Grande's actual dad. It's an impostor. But at least Ariana's fake dad had the young woman's virtue in mind when he tweeted at the young hip-hop star--after Big Sean raised eyebrows and concerns about what he does with his D.
Big Sean posted a selfie with the suggestive caption, "I give her that D...#Detroit." Nobody thinks D really stands for Detroit there and fake ed_butera--like everybody else figures the "her" references Ariana. But unless Big Sean (and that Twitter account is genuine) is planning to purchase the city of Detroit--which is on sale, btw--for his beloved pop princess, that D seemed pretty suspect to everybody. No word publicly from the real Edward Butera, whose Twitter handle is @, not edward_butera. It's a conversation--between father and boyfriend--best had in private anyway.
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