- She Also Did:
- Screwed by the Lawyers: The publishing company for the specific edition of The Art of War Grimes is reading in the "Violence" video filed a complaint around 6 months after the premiere about it being used without their permission, leading to the book being blurred via YouTube's video editor.
- What Could Have Been: It's widely believed that Poppy was originally supposed to be the featuring artist in "We Appreciate Power" rather than HANA, but was replaced due to a personal falling out. Poppy — having already collaborated with Grimes, featuring her on the track "Play Destroy" earlier in 2018 — originally claimed the two were working on multiple songs, with the "song about power" heavily hinted to have become "We Appreciate Power", but for whatever reason, the role went to HANA (a now-deleted Instagram teaser suggested that Poppy was even meant to feature in the song's lyric video, reshot to include HANA instead). It should be noted that Grimes appears to be pretty indifferent to Poppy and their collaborations, while HANA actively denies Poppy's claims and says the song was with her and Grimes from the start.
- Why Fandom Can't Have Nice Things: A guy that goes by Jimmy Jimmy (real name James Rinaldi) claimed to have dated Claire and that she tried to kill and drug him. A Grimes fan account (which will remain nameless) on Instagram posted this guy's story story over and over. His story stays consistent and it never changes. The fan account blocked JJ multiple times. He then threatened Grimes, and on that night she called the police. So no wonder she would mention "fan accounts" in her tweets. Bonus: The guy also claims "Nightmusic" is about him. "Nightmusic" was later pulled from every streaming service hosting Grimes' work, so there's that.
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