I love these two ladies with all my heart and I love that they are in peace with each other. You can't have your two favorite women fighting.
Sadly, Drake and Kanye West beefing on Twitter about who-even-knows-what-at-this-point may have been the talk of Internet Town on Thursday.
But while Ye was busy setting fire to the web by accusing Drizzy of threatening him in a long series of tweets, other beautiful things were actually going down elsewhere in the music-sphere. And Ariana Grande wanted to make damn sure that people were aware of that.
The "thank u, next" singer made a tweet where she lightly dragged the two "grown men" for arguing online, while raising awareness of the fact that both she and fellow child star-turned-singer Miley Cyrus were releasing new music.
A couple of hours later, Grande released her newest single "imagine," after first tweeting out a sneak peak of the lyric video, featuring artwork by the artist Chepertom.
Around the same time, Miley Cyrus released her new single, a cover of the John Lennon Christmas classic, "Happy Xmas, War Is Over." The single is a collab between Cyrus, songwriter Mark Ronson and Sean Ono Lennon, son of John and Yoko.
Cyrus tweeted out that Ye and Drizzy might want to take heed of her lyrics. War is over if you wan't it, guys.