According to an article in Variety, an "insider" said the artist had been left insulted when producers tried to control which songs she performed.
The music video starts out by showing Ariana seemingly interested in a man who has a girlfriend.
The lyrics of "ghostin'" appear to be referencing Grande's relationship with Pete Davidson and how Miller's death affected her personally and her relationship with him. The couple invites Grande to hang out with them and Grande, annoyed with their relationship, tries to get in between them. Fans have been obsessing over the video's twist at the end. Grande's "thank you's" seem like genuine appreciation for the ways her previous relationships have helped her grow into the person she is now. The pop singer was quick to take to Twitter to shed some light on the reality of the situation and she's getting plenty of fan support, as well as praise from the legendary Bette Midler. The lyrics were cloying, the refrain was grating, the package was Ariana Grande.More news: Fire at Brazilian soccer team's training centre kills 10
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Other fans think Grande could be experimenting with women, or may be bisexual. She accused the producer-director of "lying" and blamed him for trying to curb her artistic vision.
In a separate tweet, Grande uploaded a screenshot of Ehrlrich's quote from the AP story to give fans some context.
During her track Thank U, Next, Ari was keen to tell her fanbase that she'd moved on from her boyfriend Pete Davidson with herself and was putting number one first while recovering from their split.
She replied: "my goodness, i don't know how i'm just seeing this but hi and thank u. sending a hug. wanna come over sunday night? i'm having a thing.it's pretty lowkey".
Ultimately, Grande's newest album is poised to become a huge hit and for once, the accolades are deserved. You can ask Melissa Etheridge, who finished her cancer treatment and I put her out on stage, bald, doing Janis Joplin.