“F–k that,” the 25-year-old pop star tweets.
Ariana Grande kicked off December by basically dumping on the idea of "true love" during a busy day communicating with fans on Twitter.
In a since-deleted tweet on Saturday, the "Thank U, Next" singer wrote, "Actually … I don’t want no ‘next."
"True love doesn’t exist," she added, according to Us Weekly. "Hope you’re having a great day!"
Grande split with former fiancé Pete Davidson back in October after a brief engagement, and referenced their engagement in her new hit song. In the viral music video, Davidson gets a shoutout in Grande’s spin on the "Mean Girls" burn book. Alongside a photo of Davidson, she wrote in red letters, "sry I dipped" and "huuuuuuuge."
In another since-deleted tweet, Grande wrote, "remember when I was a hopeless romantic lmfaoooOO [sic]."
By Monday, there were still a few receipts swearing off "true love" on her feed. "True love might exist i was just hungry [sic]," she tweeted. "But still, f–k that."
During her Twitter exchange with fans, she also revealed the story behind her song "7 Rings," and who has them.
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