Ariana Grande revealed what her ‘Thank U, Next’ album is about…but I think you already know
Hint: He’s got BDE and looks like a sexy frog
Alright, so everyone's favorite sentient ponytail is releasing her new album, Thank U, Next, on February 8. And for those keeping track, that's just six months after dropping her last album, Sweetener.
But although only half a year's elapsed between Ari's musical efforts, a lot has changed. I'll save you the emotional rollercoaster of detailing her engagement and subsequent breakup with Pete Davidson, and the shadow ex Mac Miller's untimely death has cast. Ariana's been through the ringer, and she's not holding anything back this time. Hours after releasing the new album's tracklist, Ariana began detailing exactly what each song is about. And it's…well, see for yourself.
First up is a song called "Ghostin" (the lost letter g makes all the difference, you know) and it's painfully obvious who she's talking about.
If you feel a tiny inkling of pity for P*** D*******, just wait because it gets so much worse. Ariana says the song "Bloodline" is about liking someone but not enough to make them family. You know, kind of like calling off an engagement? Oof, and then there's "In My Head" which is described as "being in love w a version of somebody you've created in your head. falling for someone that they are not."
Ari promises there's at least one fun bop on the album, but tweeted it's more likely to make you break up with your S.O. than hop into bed. I mean, I guess! Is it too late to ask for Dangerous Woman 2.0?
Aziz Ansari talks about the sexual misconduct allegations against him for the first time
‘I hope I’ve become a better person’
In a gig on Monday night, Aziz Ansari talked for the first time about the allegations of sexual misconduct made against him last year. During a massively oversubscribed gig at Village Underground in New York, Ansari said he hopes he has "become a better person." Vulture first reported the comments. The site said Ansari led…
Instagram now tells people when you screenshot, so just throw away your whole damn phone
Who thought this was a good idea!?
by Caroline Phinney
Lately, Instagram has sucked for a lot of reasons: posts are no longer in chronological order, influencers are reportedly being screwed out of money, and now, on top of everything else, Instagram alerts someone when you take a screenshot. Is nothing sacred?! Long gone are the days of snapping pics of your ‘friends’ and then…
People are slamming Bumble for an ‘abusive’ ad campaign involving painting endangered elephants
“No one should even consider climbing on an elephant’s back”
by Nian Hu
Bumble recently launched in India and celebrated with a launch party at City Palace in Jaipur. Instagram posts and stories reveal that the CEO Whiteny Wolfe Herd and various celebrities were in attendance. Several photos of the event show elephants being ridden with the Bumble logo painted on their faces. According to PETA Executive Vice…