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Ariana Grande Officially Cements Her Status As Our New Single Girl Icon With One Savage Tweet

Single Ari is the best Ari of all.

Ariana Grande has quickly gone from the embodiment of loved-up infatuation to our official single-girl icon. She’s independent, she’s not bitter, and she’s speaking the damn truth.

Since her break-up with Pete Davidson there was a few unmistakably shady tweets dragging her ex-fiancé for milking their relationship for jokes, but then all was peaceful since she released her wholesome break-up track ‘thank u, next’ and Davidson finally responded with a mature public statement on the break-up.

So after everything, Ariana has come out of this mess as a beacon of strength, who is putting herself first and being unapologetic about knowing what kind of partnership she deserves. Her message about loving herself first and most in ‘thank u, next’ is the kind of thing we need to hear more of, and that’s why she’s currently our single girl icon.

Also because she’s not afraid to tell the cold hard truth in the form of shady-ass tweets. Inspirational stuff.

Like in response to this wannabe-insightful comment from Mr. Brent Buller, who believes Ariana is kicking off a revolution of women shunning men forever.

Ariana tweeted in response, “thank god”, and I have never felt something resonate so deeply in my bones ever before.

That is the kind of tongue-in-cheek attitude that reminds us all that we don’t have to put up with sh*tty behaviour from anyone. If they’re going to behave badly, we can and should stay away. Preach Ari.

Also if she’s inspiring this kind of discourse, you know she’s doing something right:

“No, ariana grande is like one song away from teaching girls how to look at terrible situations in the best way possible. to free ourselves from pain, and live our best lives. thank you, next”

Ariana Grande’s message and attitude is everything we need right now, and her Twitter presence is truly a blessing.

This Mysterious Album Of Unreleased Ariana Grande Tracks That Has Appeared On Spotify Is Full Of Bops

Don’t know how, don’t know why, don’t know who, but what I do know is these tracks are fire.

Ariana Grande is the woman of the moment between her break up drama, her new track/ode to her exes, ‘thank u, next’, and now what appears to be a collection of unreleased Ari songs has been found just chilling on Spotify.

We have been blessed by the demo gods.

The Spotify album is called “Nobody Does It Better” and it’s listed under the artist name Zandhr. Apparently they appeared on the streaming service on November 1 and while there’s no label attached, it appears to be a legitimate collection of Ariana tracks.

Some of the songs sound like a demo quality, but they all link back to Ariana. So if the fact that they really sound like her isn’t enough, there this.

The title track ‘Nobody Does It Better’ was originally linked to her debut album. ‘In Your Hands’, was a track that Ariana and Diplo were making back in 2016 and leaked in October this year. ‘Fiesta’ is a song called ‘Esta Noche’ by BIA that features Ariana on the chorus. ‘Cadillac’ and ‘Too Close’ were both released exclusively on some album editions in 2014.

‘Better Days’ is a song by Victoria Monét featuring Ariana that was released onto Soundcloud in 2016. ‘Champagne’ is known under the name ‘Pink Champagne’, and it’s a song that was intended for her debut album but released instead as a thank you to fans when she reached 10 million Twitter followers in 2013.

‘Too Long’ appears to be the Chris Brown song Ariana featured on, ‘Don’t Be Gone Too Long’, except without Chris Brown. So, Better.

‘Be Alright’ is just a song off Dangerous Woman.

Finally, ‘Ridiculous’ is a song that was actually written by Ariana Grande and Miley Cyrus back in 2013 and was intended for her debut album which leaked in 2017.

So most of the songs have made their way onto the internet at one time or another but whoever has brought them together for easy listening, we are grateful.

Pete Davidson’s Real Talk About His Break Up With Ariana Grande Is The Official Closure This Whole Mess Needs

No bad blood here.

The Pete Davidson/Ariana Grande relationship-turned-engagement-turned-break-up drama seems to have finally come to a peaceful end.

We went from Davidson breaking the ice with rather sad self-deprecating jokes about the break up, to a more insensitive joke that verged on the point of milking it and prompted a beautifully messy reaction from Ariana Grande, AKA, dragging him on Twitter.

But on Sunday Ariana Grande released a new track ‘Thank u, next’, that explicitly references her past relationships, including Pete, with the message that she’s grateful for all her ex’s. Wholesome and peaceful stuff from an absolute Queen.

And now Pete Davidson has actually given a mature response about the break up while on SNL. It’s a sensitive statement without a punchline, which is rare for the show, and it feels like the closure this whole mess needed.

“The last thing I will say is I know some of you are curious about the breakup, but the truth is, it’s nobody’s business, and sometimes things just don’t work out. And that’s okay,” Davidson said.

“She’s a wonderful, strong person, and I genuinely wish her all the happiness in the world.”

It sounds like the situation is being handled now without bad blood or bitterness, and Pete Davidson even signed off with the quip that, “I’m still a great song, though.”

Very true.

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