Ariana Grande Might Be Dropping A Diss Track About Jhené Aiko Over Big Sean, And Fans Are Irate

Ariana Grande Might Be Dropping A Diss Track About Jhené Aiko Over Big Sean, And Fans Are Irate

"Watch yourself, sis."

Published January 23, 2019

It has yet to be confirmed that our favorite TWENTY88 lovers, Jhené Aiko and Big Seanhave broken up, so fans are still actively keeping hope alive. However, the “I Don’t F**k With You” emcee’s ex-girlfriend, Ariana Grande, is more than ready to get that old thang back… or at least has been implying such since she dropped her infamous smash, “thank u, next.” The pop songstress is gearing up to drop “two albums in six months” with the thank u, next LP as the first to be released on February 8.

When the single and its visual broke the internet just before the holidays, fans immediately swarmed social media, in shock, that Ari had the audacity to mention that Sean “could still get it” as if he (as far as we know) wasn’t in a whole relationship. Today (Jan. 23), the Sweetener singer revealed the cover art and tracklist (below) for her highly anticipated fifth studio album, and fans have already rallied together, ready to attack.

  1. The last track, "break up with your girlfriend, i'm bored" has fans believing Ari wants that Slauson smoke
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  2. As of now, it's just a theory...

    This, however, didn't stop the internet from tossing copious amounts of shade Ariana's way.

  3. An unofficial instrumental snippet may have leaked...

    As if she isn’t already catching the fade from Soulja Boy and 2 Chainz for jacking the “Pretty Boy Swag” flow and the Pink Traphouse aesthethic on her latest single, "7 rings," if “break up with your girlfriend, I’m bored” is about Sean and Jhené, we’re pretty sure the internet will drag Ariana into the abyss, by her ponytail.

Written by Mya Abraham

(Photos from left: Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic, Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Roc Nation)


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