Ariana Grande’s Breakup Anthem Has Become a Wholesome Meme

Joann Johnston
November 6, 2018

"It was meant v lovingly".

While Grande said both Alvarez and Sean had heard the song before she released it, the former took to Instagram on Monday to react to the lyrics about him.

She sings: 'Thought I'd end up with Sean, but it wasn't a match.

The breakup song's lyrics "One taught me love, one taught me patience, one taught me pain", have everyone questioning which ex goes with which line.

People paired Grande's emotional lyrics with competing love interests, including "Gilmore Girls'" Jess, Dean and Logan, while others matched the lyrics the three Property Brothers and "Degrassi" couples.

It was posted in good fun, something Ariana herself got a good laugh out of when she saw it later in the day.

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Davidson also seemed to address the song during the most recent episode of Saturday Night Live in his Weekend Update segment.

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Pete called Ariana a "wonderful, strong person" and wished her the best. while also declaring their relationship wasn't anyone's business.

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It reads: 'Right now I'm in a state of mind, I wanna be in like all the time'.

Ariana Grande's ex Ricky Alvarez has something to say about his mention in her new song "thank u, next!".

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