Rob Lowe Thinks Ariana Grande's 'I Hate America' Apology is '#Lame'

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While Ariana Grande might have apologized for saying, "I hate Americans. I hate America," not everyone is ready to let her off the hook.

Former Parks and Recreation star Rob Lowe took to Twitter on Wednesday to slam the pop star, calling her excuse "lame."

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The 22-year-old "Best Mistake" singer came out to apologize for comments she made in a bizarre donut shop video last weekend, releasing a statement to ET on Wednesday expressing, "I am EXTREMELY proud to be an American and I've always made it clear that I love my country."

Grande went on to explain that she was simply trying to express her frustration with some Americans' eating habits and the high rates of obesity in the country, but admitted, "I should have known better in how I expressed myself."

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It appears that Lowe isn't willing to let her get away with making comments critical of America. In fact, it doesn't seem like he's willing to let any musical artist get away with that, even if the comments were made years ago.

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As we all remember, the Dixie Chicks famously criticized President Bush during a concert in London over 12 years ago. At least Lowe's criticism is timely, and now we all know for sure that he "actually [loves] America."

For more on Grande's apology — and her dissertation on the harmful eating habits popular in American culture -- check out the video below.

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