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Ariana Grande Thinks Bacon is ‘Disgusting’

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Think you can’t live without bacon? Ariana Grande would not approve.

The singer took to Twitter on Monday to make her feelings about the pig product very clear — and they’re not pretty.

After PETA tweeted a link to a video about how bacon is made, with pigs going from trapped in gestation crates to mercilessly killed in a slaughterhouse, Grande replied vehemently.

@peta beyond horrifying 🙁 shocking disgusting and heartbreaking,” she wrote.

Her reaction is not surprising. Grande announced late last year she was going vegan and has been busy promoting animal causes through her social media.

“I love animals more than I like most people,” she posted just two days before denouncing the making of bacon.

If you dare, check out the PETA video below. A heads up, though. Ariana is right.

Via PETA 2

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