Ariana Grande's new hit single about her exes left a lot of listeners saying "Thank U, what?" the first the time they heard it.
Ariana had previously revealed that Ricky, along with Sean and Pete, had been sent the song to listen to before it was released.
It's no secret that the break up between Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson has been a bit of a messy one. The rest of the lyrics praise the singer for all that she's been through ― in love and life ― over the past few years.
"Thank U, Next" is more than a breakup anthem, and listeners can't get enough of the song's message of positivity and empowerment. I'm thankful and I love u.
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Clearly, he had a change of heart after hearing the tune, which she dropped just 30 minutes before "SNL" went on the air.
Over the last few weeks, Grande has been very candid with her followers, tweeting with them about the music she's been working on and the emotions she's been going through after her breakup with Pete Davidson (even if she does end up later deleting numerous tweets). "And that's OK. She's a wonderful, strong person, and I genuinely wish her all the happiness in the world".
Last week, a source close to Davidson told ET that he deals with his pain through comedy. "So joking about breaking up and their relationship is not new". Remember, Pete scrubbed an entire skit he'd written about their breakup after Ariana called him out over the promo in which he obtusely referenced their split.
Besides, Grande herself tweeted that the song wasn't about putting her exes down - instead, she said it was about "love, gratitude, acceptance, honesty, forgiveness... and growth".