Ariana Grande Explains She Should Have "Ghosted" Pete Davidson For Mac Miller

The singer explains a new song on her latest album "Thank U, Next."

(AllHipHop News) Ariana Grande appears to have dropped a major tribute to her late ex Mac Miller on a new album track.

The pop star released her fifth studio album, Thank U, Next, on Friday, and fans are speculating that one tune, "Ghostin’," is all about the tragic rapper, who died last year.

The song, which even appears to resemble Mac’s track "2009," features the lyrics, “Though I wish he were here instead/Don’t want that living in your head/He just comes to visit me/When I’m dreaming every now and then.”

Mac Miller’s death came while Grande was dating comedian Pete Davidson. The couple broke off its engagement and split shortly after the tragedy.

“(It’s about) feeling badly for the person you’re with bc (because) you love somebody else. feeling badly bc he can tell he can’t compare… and how i should be ghosting him,” the star wrote on Twitter.

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She shouldn't start regretting her actions now... She should let it go