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Cincinnati company makes Ariana Grande 'No Donut Lickers Allowed!' shirt for All-Star Game

Cincinnati resident Katie Leone models one of the anti-Ariana shirts. (Photo courtesy: K. Leone) Cincinnati resident Katie Leone models one of the anti-Ariana shirts. (Photo courtesy: K. Leone)
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It was the doughnut-lick seen and heard around the world. Now there's a T-shirt that could turn out to be one of the hot souvenirs items of the All-Star Game festivities in Cincinnati. 

There are two ways to get the shirt, which costs $25:

  1. At the Cincy Shirts store in Cincinnati
  2. Order online via the store's website

ICYMI: The back story

One day after a viral video showing Ariana Grande licking a powdered doughnut and expressing disdain for Americans, the pop star canceled her free Budweiser MLB All-Star Game concert appearance in Cincinnati. In her place, Demi Lovato will headline the show Saturday.

Celebrity gossip website, TMZ, released security video footage Grande licking a powdered doughnut in a California bakery shop and kissing her boyfriend and backup singer. Grande can be heard saying “I hate Americans. I hate America.” The incident took place on July 4. Grande has since apologized.

MORE Ariana Grande: 'I was disgusted with myself over doughnut fiasco'

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