What leads middle-aged men of affluent position to mess with a girl who loves millions and millions of teenagers? The question is interesting, because in principle it would seem that a man of 50 years and a singer of 25 would live in parallel worlds, worlds that should not be touched at all. In recent weeks, journalist Piers Morgan and actor Michael Rapaport have decided that they had nothing better to do than write an incendiary tweet against Ariana Grande, the biggest pop star in 2018. Morgan, one of the most hated journalists by liberal public opinion, had the idea of criticizing Little Mix, a "girl band", who appeared semi naked in a promotional act. Grande came out in his defense calling him macho and providing an image in which Morgan himself appeared half-naked in another advertising image. The punch in the mouth was so direct that the victory in the networks of Grande was overwhelming. Middle-aged men, accustomed to legislating and setting limits to everything, seem obsessed with restricting the freedoms of these women who are the image and mirror of millions and millions of fans. The next to put, via twitter, the singer in the diana was Michael Rapaport, who last week said that the singer pretended to be, with her look, a twelve-year-old girl, but without the ponytail, knee-high boots and makeup would be nothing more than a "Starbucks" saleswoman, "without offending the saleswomen of" Starbucks "». The comic actor, how could it be otherwise, aroused the fury of the millions of followers of Grande, who called him macho and a thousand other things. He countered with an image of his face set as a tattoo on the body of Pete Davidson, comedian of "Saturday Night Live" and last ex-boyfriend of the singer. Precisely, Davidson has also suffered the wrath of these admirers of Ariana Grande receiving even death threats simply because of his condition as an ex know how to laugh at the abandonment. The situation reached an extreme that Davidson, who suffers from psychiatric disorders, came to apologize for his extreme situation. Grande had to come out in his defense via twitter so that his fans would leave him in peace. Because in recent times it seems that Grande has monopolized the world of pop. Everyone wants to talk about her, whether to belittle her, make fun of her, adore her, defend her, even threaten her antagonists with death. Success in the era of social networks has these paroxysms. If one is not careful, your person can be completely taken away from you. Everyone wants to be Ariana Grande and they will do anything to correct anyone who threatens the image they have of the artist. The idea that everything fits into freedom of expression confirms only that Ariana Grande can not and does not contradict those who say no, that they are Ariana Grande. It's scary If Spartacus had lived in the twitter era … Although, well, freedom of expression allows to say that Spartacus lives in the Twitter era.