For her verse, Ariana crooned about the importance of her worth. “Cause he better know my worth/ There's so much that I deserve / But I ain't worried now, I'ma let my hair down/ He been tryin' it, but not today,” Ariana sang.
Together, the two women emphasized the benefits of letting go toxic relationships. “So girl, if he don't love you anymore / Then walk your fine ass out the door,” Ariana and Lizzo, 31, said.
Back in August, Ariana was romantically linked to the Social House member. According to Entertainment Tonight, Ariana and Mikey, 32, were seen sitting next to each other during a birthday dinner the singer threw for her bodyguard."She and Mikey sat next to each other during the dinner," the source revealed.
Shortly after dating rumors surfaced, Ariana’s brother, Frankie Grande, stated that his sister is single. "My sister is not in a relationship. Everyone relax. She is very much single," Frankie, 36, tweeted on Thursday, September 5.
If Ariana is having relationship trouble, this wouldn’t be the first time. Back in October 2018, Ariana called it quits with her ex-fiancéPete Davidson. The “God Is A Woman” singer called off the engagement to “work on herself.” The two began dating in May 2018 and Pete, 25, popped the question a few weeks later.
Prior to her relationship with Pete, the “Thank U, Next” musician dated the late Mac Miller for two years on and off. Following his unfortunate passing in September 2018, Ariana posted a tribute dedicated to Mac on the six-year anniversary of their song “The Way.” While posting to her Instagram Stories, Ariana simply wrote, “Six years.”
Moving forward, Ariana continues to work on new music. Last month, Ariana joined forces with Miley Cyrus and Lana Del Ray and released their music video “Don’t Call Me Angel.” The visual was directed by Hannah Lux Davis who has worked with Ariana on several occasions.
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