Ariana Grande Mentions Exes Mac Miller and Pete Davidson in New Song Before Comedian Went onSNL

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Ariana Grande forsaken a new song, “Thank U, Next,” that alludes to her exes Pete Davidson and Mac Miller — right before Davidson offered a intense matter about his former fiancée on Saturday Night Live.

Grande, 25, starts a song, expelled on Saturday, by reviewing her past romances with dancer Ricky Alvarez, rapper Big Sean, comedian Davidson and musician Miller, who died on Sept. 7 at age 26.

“Thought I’d finish adult with Sean / But he wasn’t a compare / Wrote some songs about Ricky / Now we listen and giggle / Even roughly got married / And for Pete, I’m so beholden / Wish we could contend ‘Thank you’ to Malcolm / ‘Cause he was an angel,” she sings.

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“One taught me adore / One taught me calm / One taught me pain / Now I’m so amazing,” she continues before a chorus: “Thank you, subsequent / Thank you, subsequent / Thank you, subsequent / I’m so f—ing beholden for my ex.”

Mentioning that she usually wants to travel down a aisle once, Grande offers a self-empowerment mantra: “Plus we met someone else / We havin’ improved discussions / we know they contend we pierce on too quick / But this one gon’ final / ‘Cause her name is Ari / And I’m so good with that.”

Meanwhile, Davidson, 24, skipped a punchline during his Weekend Update shred on SNL and instead wrapped adult with a curtsy to a “No Tears Left to Cry” singer.

“The final thing we will contend is we know some of we are extraordinary about a breakup, though a law is it’s nobody’s business, and infrequently things only don’t work out, and that’s okay,” Davidson said. “She’s a wonderful, clever person, and we honestly wish her all a complacency in a world.”

“Now greatfully go opinion on Tuesday,” he added.

Davidson slipped in a fun about his separate during a commencement of his appearance. “The midterm elections are apparently a outrageous deal, and after we had to pierce behind in with my mom, we started profitable attention,” he quipped. “She’s amatory it.”

Earlier on Saturday, Grande told fans that “Thank U, Next” is also a pretension of a stirring manuscript she’s been operative on.

In a teaser for the Saturday Night Live episode on Thursday, Davidson poked fun during his former engagement. “Hey Maggie, I’m Pete. You wanna get married?” Davidson asked low-pitched guest Maggie Rogers.

After Rogers incited him down, Davidson pronounced he was “0-3,” joking about his unsuccessful relationships. Grande clearly dismissed behind during Davidson in since-deleted tweets hours after a promo was posted. “For somebody who claims to hatred relevancy u certain adore sticking to it huh,” she posted.

Moments after Grande tweeted “thank u, next,” hinting during her new song.

A source told People that reports that Davidson was scrapping destiny skeleton to fun about his dissection on SNL were false.

“It’s totally wrong that Pete got a skit about Ariana pulled from this weekend’s show,” a source said. “Pete has always talked about his life on a show, and Ariana knows that. That’s where she met him in a initial place.”

“Pete’s unfazed. It’s loyal they’re not in agreement about things after a breakup. A lot of people suspicion he was a furious label in a relationship, though that’s not true. Pete has and will always fun about his life, with or but her,” a source added.

Prior to Thursday, things between Grande and Davidson seemed to be really civil.

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The two called it quits in Oct after removing intent in June. “It was approach too most too soon,” a Grande source told PEOPLE during a time. “It’s not intolerable to anyone.”

Sources tighten to the couple told TMZ that a preference to separate was a mutual choice, as both a cocktail star and Davidson felt a timing wasn’t right.

Grande had weathered an romantic time in a months given Miller’s death. The musicians initial went open with their attribute in Sep 2016 and separate in Apr 2018.

“She totally pennyless down after she found out about Mac,” an insider told People in Sep after Miller’s genocide from an apparent drug overdose. “She can’t trust he isn’t here anymore. He was such a special chairman to her. She is very, really sad. … This is a calamity for her.”

His genocide might have factored into her separate from Davidson. “It’s loyal that Ariana has been struggling a bit with life in general” after Miller’s death, a source told People in Oct after Grande and Davidson’s breakup.

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“[Miller’s death] was harmful and intolerable to her,” a source added. “It’s had a huge, disastrous impact on her life. It done her rethink many things in her life.”

“She satisfied that formulation a marriage right now felt really rushed,” a source said. “It’s not what she wants to do right now. She doesn’t wish to make any rushed decisions and has motionless to take a step behind instead.”

This article originally seemed on People. For some-more stories like this, visit people.com.

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