Ariana Grande secretly gifting struggling fans cash during coronavirus crisis as she self-isolates with new boyfriend – The Sun

ARIANA Grande has been helping her fans behind the scenes as they struggle to adjust to life in self-isolation.

Ariana, 26, is said to be paying money to her fans who haven't been able to go to work amid the global COVID-19 pandemic.

Several sources have told TMZ that the the pop star has been communicating with her fans on social media, and plenty of them have opened up about their financial struggles, such as not being able to pay upcoming bills.

The website claimed that the Thank U, Next hitmaker has paid money to at least 10 different fans via mobile payment service Venmo.

Fans told TMZ they have received generous payments ranging from $500 to $1,500, but Ariana hasn't been making the news public herself.

The payments are apparently luck of the drawer based on Arian's Twitter interactions with her 72.4 million followers.

She is said to be especially sympathetic to people who have lost their job in the retail industry.

One male fan apparently got some Venmo money shortly after telling the singer he was short on rent for April because he was no longer earning a monthly paycheck.

However, her kind gesture may be a tricky one to uphold as more than two and a half million Americans are expected to file for unemployment due to the coronavirus.

The news about Ariana's generosity comes after it was revealed she is dating real-estate giant, Dalton Gomez, and they are quarantining together during the pandemic.

This is the same man she was spotted making out with at a Los Angeles bar in February, TMZ reported.


After calling things off with Social House's Mikey Foster, Ariana seemed to have made things official with the real estate agent as they are in quarantine together.

TMZ claimed that the man who has been in the 26-year-old's Instagram stories as of late is officially her boyfriend.

Sources close to the singer told TMZ that "she and Dalton have been seeing each other for several months now.

"He's a high-end real estate agent who handles multi-million dollar listings for L.A.'s A-list buyers."

Earlier this week, Ariana took to Twitter to admit she was fed up of not being able to make music.

"i miss making things, can’t wait to get back to work but for now let’s stay inside pls (sic)," she tweeted.

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