Ariana Grande Just Shaded the Hell Out of Kanye and Drake’s Twitter Feud
The pop star hopped on Twitter late Thursday night to refocus fans ahead of the release of her latest track, "Imagine". While her tweet appeared to insinuate that the song was in collaboration with Miley Cyrus, it turns out the "Malibu" singer is dropping new music as well. Grande asked that followers forget about West and Drake's beef for "just like a few hours" to give her and Cyrus, 26, the shine they deserve.
"guys, i know there are grown men arguing online rn but miley and i dropping our beautiful, new songs tonight so if y'all could please jus behave for just like a few hours so the girls can shine that'd be so sick thank u," she tweeted.
Grande, 25, then started counting down to the release of the tracks, perhaps in an effort to hold the attention of Arianators. She announced early this week that she planned to drop a new song. The track follows her wildly successful single, "thank u, next."
Cyrus retweeted Grande's message, adding a little jab of her own and utilizing the name of her upcoming song.
"Didn't they hear the news ?! War IS over ! Thank u , next!" She wrote.
Her song, "War Is Over!" drops at midnight. She worked on it with Mark Ronson and Sean Ono Lennon, according to an early tweet about it, which featured a preview.
Meanwhile, West, 41, continued to tweet about Drake, calling him "lost and confused."
The feud began several months ago, but had been dormant for a while. It was reignited on Thursday. He went on to demand an apology from Drake, accusing him of bullying, convincing someone to rush the stage at a Pusha T concert in Canada which West said left the man in "critical condition," and trying to stop his money..
It doesn't appear there's an ending in sight for this feud. There is, however, a light at the end of the tunnel: Grande and Cyrus' new songs are expected to drop at midnight Friday. Take a break from the Twitter drama to soak in the sweet tunes.