Ariana Grande was having none of it during a recent radio interview where two male hosts asked her a series of sexist, stereotypical questions.
On Thursday, the singer made an appearance at Power 106, where she was promoting her latest single, "Focus."Around the 16-minute mark in the video above, hosts Justin Credible and Eric D-Lux asked Grande what she would choose if she could only use makeup or her cellphone one last time.
"Is this what you think girls have trouble choosing between?" Grande replied. "Is this men assuming that that's what girls would have to choose between?"
Grande was clearly unamused, but it seems the interviewers couldn't take the hint. When the conversation shifted over to her favorite new emojis, the hosts inexplicably insisted that real men don't use unicorn emojis.
"You need a little brushing up on equality, over here," Grande said.
When the DJs asked Grande what one problem she would fix in the world, her answer was perfect:
"I have a long list of things I'd like to change. Judgement, intolerance, meanness, double standards, misogyny, racism, sexism... We've got work to do."
Donut-gate aside, Grande remains passionate and vocal about sexism, especially within the music industry. In June, she called out the way the media defines women by who they date.
"I can't wait to live in a world where people are not valued by who they're dating/married to/attached to, having sex with (or not)/seen with," she wrote, "but by their value as an individual."
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