Ariana Grande Problem: Singer's Life Coach Says He Was Not Fired, He 'Resigned' [VIDEO]

11:46 AM EDT 10/1/2014 by Jamie Dinar, Celebeat Reporter

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Ariana Grande's life coach claims he was never fired by the singer.

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Following rumors the life coach quit after he "couldn't take it anymore," sources came forward, claiming the former employee was simply bitter about being fired. However, he claims it was his choice to leave Team Grande.

"First of all, I was NOT fired. I resigned. Two: I do NOT force people to not eat. I encourage people to be healthy and fit," Isaac Calpito tweeted, according to a Sept. 26 report by Perez Hilton. "I wish Ariana the BEST and even if I had a story to sell... I wouldn't. I am very appreciative of the time I spent with Ariana and will always have fond memories of our work together. I will always be a fan. Xo."

Ariana Grande's Life Coach Quits After He "Just Couldn't Take It Anymore"

The only question left now is why did Calpito resign? Perhaps there could be a sliver of truth to the rumors?

The "Problem" singer has scored massive headlines in previous weeks for her alleged diva attitude.

Yesterday, Radar Online reported the 21-year-old caused a scene at New York City's Out Hotel after her appearance on Saturday Night Live.

"Before she got there she made security clear out the entire lobby. Even if you were a guest at the hotel you had to clear out. No one could sit in the lobby, but she came in the back. She took up a unisex bathroom with her mother and father, and put two bodyguards outside," a witness told the site on Sept. 30.

It has also been reported that Grande will only be photographed from her left side, excessively dyes her hair and was a "monster" at her Marie Claire cover shoot.

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