Ariana Grande's Thank U, Next" music video has broken the internet beyond repair. From the Mean Girls parody to the celebrity cameos, and just the song itself, it's already a major success.
However, a major part of the video was subtle, but it tells us how Ariana truly feels about one of her exes. Grande wrote messages for three of her exes in her "Burn Book." First off was Ricky Alvarez, whose page read, "Good times man," "great dancer" and "friends forever."
Next up was Big Sean, who Grande dated from August 2014 to April 2015. For his page, she wrote, "So cute, so sweet (could still get it)."
Ariana Grande hints that Big Sean could ‘still get it’ in her lasted music video thank u, next pic.twitter.com/9iubRJ82fA— ig: @spillling (@spilllings) November 30, 2018
The chances of the two actually getting back together is low, but fans are not opposed to the idea.
Personally I loved Jhene Aiko & Big Sean together, but bruh, Ariana just sent Big Sean the ultimate "hey big head" message bwahahha sis said "Big Sean can still get it" ???????? pic.twitter.com/8mIkbb6rmW— Kree? (@AriesKree) November 30, 2018
Fans are also speculating on what the Detroit rapper's reaction to the music video must have been.
Ariana: big Sean can still get it— r o s e (@vibinariyuh) November 30, 2018
Big Sean: pic.twitter.com/JZKJgV4tlw
Of course, Grande also had a page for her most recent ex, Pete Davidson. She apologized for calling off the engagement, writing "I love u always... srry I dipped." And similar to her message to Big Sean, Grande pretty much confirms that one aspect of the relationship was pretty great, writing "HUUUUGE," in all caps, referring to Pete's...well, y'know.
It's good to see that Ariana isn't expressing any buyer's remorse for her past relationships' activities, both in the bedroom and out of it.