Ariana Grande Drops New Song Amid Kanye and Drake Twitter War

December 14, 2018 / Posted by:

Ariana Grande released her newest single “Imagine” (which thankfully isn’t a John Lennon cover) from her upcoming fifth album and she probably should have waited until the feud between Kanye West and Drake died down first.

Ariana posted “Imagine” just after midnight today to her YouTube page and it has a nice groove that probably pairs well with some herbal relaxation. She sings of imagining a world where she and her partner kiss and fuck all day and if that world includes me having unlimited access to Lance Gross sign me up right now!  However, she’s also well aware of the current online feud taking place between Kanye and Drake so she pretended to respect the Twitter rules of not interfering with any beef, all while still telling people to listen to her shit.

You would think that people would have appreciated her attempt at re-shifting the attention towards something positive…but you don’t go on Twitter for positivity. You go on there for blood. And that’s what the Twitterverse drew out of her like Bill used to do to Sookie on True Blood.

Luckily, she did find a friend in Miley Cyrus who also dropped her single “Happy Xmas: War Is Over” on the same day. She, too, wanted to bring the focus back on herself by replying to Ariana’s tweet.

With their combined powers these broads became the Wonder Twins of shameless plugs. I get it, ponytail weaves and blonde hair dye ain’t gonna buy themselves but these two were reaching with these tweets. Hopefully Kanye doesn’t find out about this blasphemy because I doubt he has any time to add more people to his shit list right now.

You can check out both “Imagine” and “War Is Over” (which sounds like drunken holiday party karaoke) below.

Pic: Wenn

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