The songstress expressed her concerns during an appearance on YouTube’s Zach Sang Show.
Positions hitmaker Ariana, 27, revealed the influencers should be staying at home to try and fight the crisis like many other countries.
Airing her frustration, she said: “Did we really all need to go to f***ing Saddle Ranch that badly that we couldn’t have waited for the deathly pandemic to pass?”
Saddle Ranch is a lavish celeb hotspot located on Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood, California.
The bar and restaurant is known for its Wild West theme including an iconic mechanical bull loved by many stars.
Ariana continued to show her frustration, adding: “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?”
The singer was backed by her fans, including TikTok maker Dixie D’Amelio, who joined in with her as she hit out at the Instagram stars.
Dixie has visited the restaurant in August over the summer with her ex-boyfriend Noah Beck.
The 19-year-old said: “Yeah, I saw that. I don’t really know what to think. I mean, she’s right. She’s right. But she’s a queen. Love her!”
Ariana made her debut on the Zach Sang Show to promote her new album Positions after it was released on Friday.
It’s Ari’s third album after her 2019 hit Thank U, Next and Sweetner in 2018.
Positions sees Ariana open up about her steamy romance with new boyfriend Dalton Gomez in graphic detail.
The pop star has been dating estate agent Dalton since the start of the year after they were introduced by mutual friends.
Bragging about her sexual prowess, Ariana goes into explicit detail about all-night romps and waking up her neighbours on a number of tracks.
The chorus to 34+35, sees Ariana urging: “Can you stay up all night? F *** me till the daylight?”
While Ariana has not yet been with Dalton, 27, a year, she admits on the record she wants to have his children.
“You might think I’m crazy, the way I’ve been craving. If I put it quite plainly, just give me them babies,” the star begs.
On song Nasty, she tells her lover: “Promise I’ma give it to you like you’ve never had it, I do it so good. It’s gon’ be hard to break the habit.”
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