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Ariana Grande wants you to stop judging women based on who they're dating

Haters, take note: singer Ariana Grande is tired of living in a world where women are referred to as a man's "past, present or future" property.

That's what the pop star, who was born Ariana Grande-Butera, had to say Sunday morning in a tweet to 29 million followers calling on the media -- and society at large -- to value women for their accomplishments instead of who they're dating.

The statement, which starts with "being empowered is not the same as being a bitch" and closes with a Gloria Steinem quote, also drew attention to double standards men and women face in relationships and sex. It drew praise from scores of social media users, earning more 27,000 retweets in less than two hours.

Justin Bieber found guilty of assault, careless driving in Canada

Justin Bieber was found guilty Thursday of assault and careless driving, Clerk Jakki Wiseman of Stratford, Ontario, told CNN.

The charges stemmed from an incident in August in which Bieber was arrested after his ATV collided with a minivan near Stratford. At the time, he was released on "a promise to appear" and is ordered to answer the charges at a hearing in Stratford, Ontario, in September.

Justin Bieber charged with assault after ATV crash in Canada

Bieber was fined $750 in Canadian dollars (about $600 in U.S. dollars) for the careless driving charge. For the assault charge, he received an absolute discharge, according to Wiseman.

Blatter to resign - FBI investigating

Reports say Mr Blatter, who is to resign, is being investigated by US prosecutors probing the organisation's corruption scandal.

Outgoing FIFA president Sepp Blatter is being investigated by US authorities probing the corruption scandal engulfing the organisation, according to reports.

Mr Blatter shocked football when he announced his resignation on Tuesday, just days after being re-elected for a fifth term as the head of world football's governing body.