Thanks, next? Not so fast!
Ariana Grande raised a few eyebrows this week when she was photographed with none other than her famous ex, Big Sean. According to one source, the singer, recipient of a Grammy, would have been photographed Wednesday, sitting in the seat of the passenger, her dog in her arms, while the rapper, aged 30, was behind the seat of the driver. The two men together left a recording studio in Los Angeles, where Sean met the performer after working there for several hours.
It is unclear exactly what triggered the hangout, although it seems that this former couple is still on good terms. As fans are well aware, the two callers left the game in April 2015 after almost nine months of dating. "They are both deeply committed to each other and remain close friends and we ask the media to respect their desire to preserve their privacy in this personal matter," said a joint statement read many years ago.
At the time, a source told E! The busy schedules of news were to blame. "They made the decision to separate because their conflicting tour programs would separate them over the next year," the source said.
A second source repeated that the two were amicable.
"Ariana and Big Sean have excellent relationships, they are always very close friends and will stay in everyone's life," said the insider. "It's not been easy with their busy schedule lately and they know it's going to get even tougher in the next few months." It was really hard for them to announce it. publicly, but they thought it would be best for people to know that there is no conflict between them.
Earlier this year, Grande confirmed that it was still the case when she cleverly mentioned it in a Naughty girlsThe part of her video devoted to "thank you, then", on which she gave her name, dropped the fellow performer.
"I thought I would end up with Sean / But he was not doing the weight," she sings about him.
"I sent [the song] to Sean and he loved it. He loved it, "revealed Grande in a newspaper interview Zach Sang show. "It was very funny." He was like: "D -n, I'm the first, huh?" And I thought to myself, "I mean, you know, I went a little in the order. "He was very supportive, he loved it."
She then added a subtle note about it in her version of a "book to burn", marked "so cute, so nice" on a page dedicated to her, followed by a final comment cheeky, "(can still get it)".