Ariana Grande pops up in ex's lyrics
Mac Miller has seemingly addressed his bitter split with Ariana Grande on his new song. The 26 year-old rapper dropped his new track Self Care at midnight on Friday, the same day that the 'Break Free' hitmaker released God is a Woman. It seems their break-up is still playing on his mind, as he's hinted at their relationship in the lyrics.
He raps: "Well, didn't know what I was missing/Now it see a lil' different ... We play it cool /You keep on sayin' you in love, so?/Tell me are you really down?"
The couple, who were together for two years, announced their split in May and shortly after it became public knowledge Mac was busted for driving under the influence, which he also referenced in the song by saying: "That Mercedes drove me crazy, I was speedin'/Somebody save me from myself, yeah/Tell them they can take that bulls-t elsewhere."
The pair initially claimed that their conflicting work schedules had played a role in their decision to go separate ways but the 25 year-old pop star later claimed that she had dumped the Missed Calls hitmaker because their relationship was "toxic". She fumed at the time: "I have cared for him and tried to support his sobriety and prayed for his balance for years (and always will of course), but shaming/blaming women for a man's inability to keep his s**t together is a very major problem. (sic)"
Grande's outburst came after she found herself the hot topic of conversation after she jumped straight into a relationship with Pete Davidson and weeks later got engaged to him. The pair are now making arrangements for their big day and couldn't be more in love.