• Dixie D’Amelio said Ariana Grand was right for calling them out  
  • Addison Rae agreed with Grande and said her comment was understandable
  • Twitter users have mixed opinions on Grande's statement about TikTok influencers

Dixie D’Amelio and many netizens reacted to Ariana Grande's statement that slammed the TikTokers who partied amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

D'Amelio was asked on Sunday to comment on the "Bang Bang" singer's statement against her and other TikTok influencers. The 19 -year-old sister of Charli D'Amelio, the most followed person on TikTok, had nothing ill to say about Grande.

"I don’t really know what to think. I mean, she’s right. She’s right, yeah. She’s a queen, I love her," D'Amelio said, per Page Six.

"I think it’s fair [for her to say that," Addison Rae was quoted by Just Jared Jr. as saying when asked about the controversy.

"I think it’s understandable. I definitely have been not going. I just have been trying to stay in and work out. I’ve been working out a lot, and also preparing for my movie.”

While the influencers agreed with Grande, many Twitter users slammed the "Rain On Me” singer for meddling with what the TikTokers are doing with their lives.

"[explicit]@ArianaGrande, let these people blow off steam you pampered out of touch elitest [sic]," one wrote.

"So the b---h that licked a doughnut in a public doughnut shop is pissed because people are partying during covid? That's funny. @ArianaGrande," another added.

"Ariana grande better shut the [explicit] up cuz these tiktokers are in control of THEIR body and you are not if you social distance good for you but you do not control anyone else B—-H @ArianaGrande," another user stated.

Meanwhile, some also praised Grande for calling out the TikTokers because they also think that it's not the best time to party.

"Ariana shaded tiktokers? LMAOO MY QUEEN i love ari," one commented.

"Okay i just found out that ariana dragged tiktokers in the zach sang interview, GOODBYE. We stan a queen who knows her s--t and isn’t scared of putting people in their place," another wrote.

"Stan ariana for calling out the tiktokers hanging around in sadle ranch during a pandemic," a different netizen added.

During an interview on the “Zach Sang Show” on Friday, Grande called out a group of TikTokers for parting at the Saddle Ranch despite the ongoing global health crisis.

"Did we really all need to go to f–kin’ Saddle Ranch that badly that we couldn’t have waited for the deathly pandemic to pass. We all really needed to put on our cowgirl boots and ride a mechanical bull that bad? We all needed that Instagram post that badly?" Grande said.

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Ariana Grande is pictured attending the Billboard 13th Annual Women In Music event in New York City on Dec. 6, 2018. Angela Weiss/AFP/Getty Images