American vocalist Ariana Grande's released the music video of her much-anticipated song 'Thank U, Next' on Friday, November 30. The music video is currently ruling the internet. The song has gathered over 41,885,540 views on YouTube within a day. As per media reports, it has become the biggest video ever on YouTube's Premiere feature, which allows viewers to tune in to a new clip simultaneously, with a countdown clock and a group chat. It has recorded over 829,000 simultaneous viewers. Moreover, the song has remained No. 1 single on the Billboard Hot 100 for three weeks now.
The breakup anthem is said to be influenced by Grande's personal life. Recently, the singer has a split with her fiancee comedian Pete Davidson and the two reportedly parted ways in October, this year. If reports are to be believed, both parties explained their breakup saying that it was simply was not the right time for their relationship to take off. Apparently, the two still have love for each other as friends, but things are over romantically.
Moreover, Ariana's ex-boyfriend rapper Mac Miller also passed away and as per media reports, the 'No tears left to cry' singer still missed him. Grande and Miller dated for a couple of years before they ended their relationship in May 2018.
American Rapper Mac Miller reportedly had been struggling from substance abuse for quite some time and passed away at the age of 26 suffering an alleged drug overdose. Miller was found unresponsive at his residence in California following which his family confirmed his death on September 7. Following the American rapper's sudden demise, Ariana remembered the singer in a series of social media posts.
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