Ariana Grande mentions Pete Davidson, Mac Miller, and Big Sean in new single
The drama continues
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On Saturday night, pop star Ariana Grande dropped a juicy new hit titled 'Thank U, Next' which mentions four ex-boyfriends.
She starts off by singing about her relationship with rapper Big Sean and how she thought they would end up together. The duo dated for eight months between 2014 and 2015.
Afterwards, she was in a relationship with her backup dancer Ricky Alvarez. In the song, she talks about how she'd written songs about him which now make her laugh.
She then moves on in the track and sings about her most current relationship fiasco with 'Saturday Night Live' cast member and ex-fiancé, Pete Davidson, for whom she is thankful for. Saddest of all, she mentions the late Mac Miller whom she dated for two years between 2016 and 2018.
The fresh single dropped half an hour before 'SNL' that evening, which may have been done purposefully. There was some drama last week between the exes after a promo for the NBC show aired, in which the comedian made light of their relationship. TMZ reported that Davidson was planning on continuing to milk their brief time together for all it was worth—that is until he realized how salty Grande was feeling about the whole thing.
In the end, he did end up addressing the breakup briefly Saturday night, with all jokes aside:
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