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.