Ariana Grande’s New Song Exposes Secrets of Her Controversial Romance

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Pop sensation Ariana Grande has released a new house track titled “Yes, And?” which appears to be a response to the criticism and scrutiny she has faced regarding her relationship with actor Ethan Slater. The song, dropped on Friday, features Grande addressing the public’s fascination with her personal life.

The 30-year-old singer asserts her autonomy over her relationships in the song, singing, “Your business is yours, and mine is mine. Why do you care so much whose — I ride?” While the explicit word is censored in the official lyrics, it is implied that Grande is referring to her sex life.

Grande and Slater, 31, first met while co-starring in the upcoming ” Wicked ” film adaptation in London last year. Their relationship became public in July, just three days after Grande’s split from her husband of two years, Dalton Gomez. Around the same time, Slater filed for divorce from his wife, Lilly Jay, with whom he shares a 1-year-old son. Jay expressed feeling “completely blindsided” by Slater’s relationship with Grande.

Despite the initial controversy surrounding their romance, Grande and Slater moved in together in New York, with a source describing them as “really happy and good for each other.”

Addressing the public’s response to her relationship, Grande took to her Instagram Story last month, expressing a sense of pride and joy in her current situation. She acknowledged feeling misunderstood by those who don’t know her, emphasizing the support she receives from friends, family, and fans who truly understand her.

In “Yes, And?” Grande also addresses body shaming, singing, “Don’t comment on my body, do not reply.” The lyrics appear to directly respond to concerns raised by fans who commented on her appearance in paparazzi photos from April 2023. Grande clarified in a TikTok video at the time that the body comparison was to her unhealthiest version, highlighting struggles with mental health and the impact of medications.

The new single marks Grande’s first solo release in three years and is a bold statement reclaiming control over her narrative. With powerful lyrics and an infectious beat, “Yes, And?” reflects Grande’s resilience and determination to address issues on her terms.

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