Ariana has undergone quite the transformation in recent years and her latest snap showed us all just how much she's changed.
Despite the controversy, figures on 7 Rings showed she'd broken the record for the most streams within 24 hours on Spotify with almost 15 million worldwide plays. "Hmmm... sounds about white", she mockingly said. However, there is one lyric in particular, when Grande talks about her weave, that has caused even more drama.
United States star Ariana Grande found herself facing the firing squad this past weekend when comments she made about her weave were slammed and labelled "racially insensitive".
The video takes place inside a pink-colored house as Grande sings about the finer things in life and being able to buy whatever she wants. Naturally, the internet caught wind of the beef before Grande had a chance to delete it. Since the song's release, a trio of artists have independently accused Grande of plagiarising their work.More news: Report reveals undeclared North Korean missile base headquarters
"I think her [the original user's] intention was to be like. yay a white person disassociating the negative stereotype that is paired with the word "weave", she wrote.
Davis is the mind behind several of Grande's music video's, including "Thank U, Next", "Breathin" and "Love Me Harder". "It's never my intention to offend anybody", she wrote.
The R&B pop ballad - which featured the singer showing off her impressive range - touched upon her reflection of what-ifs and if-onlys in regards to her "failed yet important handsome relationships".
Soulja Boy has probably been the most vocal in his accusations.More news: US singer Chris Brown arrested in Paris on suspicion of rape
Retweeting to his 5.3 million followers he told Ariana: "Give me my credit".
He followed up with, "Lol stop stealing my swag".
So there you have it folks, we're inching ever closer to new music from Ariana Grande, maybe 2019 isn't going to be so bad after all.More news: Trump plans to make 'major announcement' on shutdown, border