Ariana Grande: 'I would rather sell fewer records and be outspoken'
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Ariana Grande says her political voice is more important to her than maximizing her fanbase.

"I would rather sell fewer records and be outspoken about what I think is some f---ery than sell more records and be...Switzerland," the "Thank U, Next" singer tells Vogue in a profile published Tuesday for its August issue.


"Am I allowed to say that?" Grande added to the fashion magazine. "I love Switzerland," she said of the European nation, which famously remains neutral during wars as a matter of foreign policy.

"The fake wokes are waiting to attack!” Grande exclaimed.

Last month, the 26-year-old Grammy winner donated $250,000 in proceeds from her Atlanta concert to Planned Parenthood after Georgia passed a restrictive abortion ban.

Earlier this year, Grande teamed up with HeadCount to set up voter registration booths at stops for her "Sweetener" concert tour.

On the night of President TrumpDonald John TrumpAdvisor: Sanders could beat Trump in Texas Bloomberg rips Sanders over Castro comments What coronavirus teaches us for preventing the next big bio threat MORE's election in 2016, Grande tweeted to her more than 63 million followers, "Well this is utterly terrifying," saying she was "in tears."