Apple Music misunderstanding had Ariana Grande fans asking “Who the hell is Aubrey?”

The Gospel According to: the One who taught me love, the One who taught me patience, And the one who taught me pain.


As many know, Ms. Ariana Grande is no longer going to future Mrs. Davidson any more after the popstar called things off a few weeks back. The split seemed to be amicable until Pete Davidson took a few hits on his failed engagement in public.

First, at an event thrown by Judd Apatow just a few days after the break up; Davidson said:

“Well, as you could tell, I don’t want to be here. There’s a lot going on. Does anybody have any open rooms? Looking for a roommate?”

Then, he was featured in a SNL promo for host, Jonah Hill. Where he again mocks the breakup.

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It should be noted that all the jokes were not exactly pointed at Grande, but instead more making fun of himself and his foolishness.

The drama escalated last week when the “God Is a Women” singer tweeted out to her fans about her feeling toward her ex’s comments.

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This tweet quickly turned into a meme by her fans and then picked up by news outlets as the come back of 2018. It seemed like she was totally done with Pete and that she would rather everyone forget about the called-off engagement until November 4, 2018…

Ariana surprised fans with a song called “thank u, next” in lieu of her tweet dissing her ex. Fans were ecstatic and called the songs one of the most empowering to all those who have broken up with someone recently or well…ever. Not to mention the fact the singer released it just 30 minutes before SNL aired. The ultimate power move.

There was one mishap though and it wasn’t the fault of Ms. Grande by Apple Music’s interpretation of her lyrics. The lyrics read:

Plus, I met someone else
We havin’ better discussions
I know they say I move on too fast
But this one gon’ last
‘Cause her name is Aubrey
And I’m so good with that (So good with that)

But wait…who is Aubrey???

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Many fans took to twitter to say that Ariana was coming out to her fans. Many others also speculated that it would have been a odd way to come out.

Of course the she cleared all that up when Apple Music went back and changed it to “Ari” instead of “Aubrey” after she tweeted at them.

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She did thank them though!

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Now, that everything is alright in the world, do yourself a favor and go listen to the masterpiece. It’ll have you saying “thank u, next” at any minor inconvenience in life. You can listen below:



Johnson, Z. (2018, November 06). Ariana Grande feels empowered by her new single. Retrieved November 6, 2018, from

Ledbetter, C. (2018, November 06). You might’ve misheard this lyric in Ariana Grande’s “thank u, next”. Retrieved November 6, 2018, from


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