The 25-year-old singer has insisted she never meant to offend anyone with her lyrics to the hit record, which is from her upcoming album "thank u, next".
Ariana Grande has apologised for her response to an Instagram post about her new single '7 Rings', after being accused of flippantly replying to a genuine critique of the track. Earlier this month, she was accused by rapper Princess Nokia for stealing lyric and flow from her.
The idea for the title of this song came from the 7 friendship rings that Ariana and her 6 real life friends own.
Man, this is getting messy and it's a shame.
And it is sooner than you think as she confirmed that the pre-order would be available on Friday 25 January and the album will be coming with no features - meaning we will only be hearing the Breathin singer's vocals this time around. Is it just "inspired by" or a direct rip off?
"Did that sound familiar to you?" she asks in the clip.
The video takes place inside a pink-colored house as Grande sings about the finer things in life and being able to buy whatever she wants. 'Cause that sound really familiar to me", she said, continuing, "Ain't that the lil song I made about brown women and their hair?
So there you have it folks, we're inching ever closer to new music from Ariana Grande, maybe 2019 isn't going to be so bad after all.
Nokia's calls of plagiarism have attracted the most attention online, but she's not alone in calling out Grande.
"Lol stop stealing my swag".
Meanwhile, MC 2 Chainz, an Atlanta-based rapper, pointed out the similarity between the "7 Rings" and his "Door Swangin" music video in terms of the setup where the songs were shot.