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Ariana Grande, Lauren Ingraham

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The Ariana Grande fallout continues.

This time, Fox and Friends' guest Laura Ingraham is ripping into the singer after video footage caught Grande exclaiming "I hate America" and "I hate Americans" in a California doughnut shop.

"Another spoiled, entitled pop princess who's benefited so lucratively from being in this country, being American," the conservative host said. "Yet when she doesn't think anyone is listening, she hates America. They're all fat, stupid, don't eat organic, they eat stuff like ramen noodles and mac n' cheese."

And her rant didn't end there…Ingraham continued by saying, "Headline for Ariana Grande, maybe you should re-read the lyrics to 'Problem,' your big hit song last year that you recorded with Iggy Azalea, Australian pop princess, and maybe that should be your new theme, because last time I checked, those poor people that like to buy doughnuts also buy a lot of your stupid music."

But wait! There's more!

"Maybe you should return the money to people who like jelly doughnuts who also like Ariana Grande Estupido—Estupida!"

Just yesterday, the 22-year-old singer issued an apology clearing the air after the video footage went viral.

"I am EXTREMELY proud to be an American and I've always made it clear that I love my country. What I said in a private moment with my friend, who was buying the donuts, was taken out of context and I am sorry for not using more discretion with my choice of words."

She continued, "As an advocate for healthy eating, food is very important to me and I sometimes get upset by how freely we as Americans eat and consume things without giving any thought to the consequences that it has on our health and society as a whole. The fact that the United States has one of the highest child obesity rates in the world frustrates me.  We need to do more to educate ourselves and our children about the dangers of overeating and the poison that we put into our bodies.  We need to demand more from our food industry."