Ariana Grande’s ‘Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I’m Bored’ has a gay twist

Ariana Grande’s ‘Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I’m Bored’ has a gay twist

Ariana Grande dropped the video for Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I’m Bored yesterday (8 February). The third single is off her latest album, Thank U, Next, which she dropped alongside the track.

But in the disputed biggest plot twist in living human history, this might be Ariana’s most savage song yet.

The song sees Grande flirt with both the other woman and her boyfriend, played by model Ariel Yasmine and Riverdale’s Charles Melton respectively. The pop star sings about wanting to steal a boy away from his girlfriend.

Yet when the trio is in a hot tub in the video’s end, Grande opts to kiss girlfriend Yasmine as the video fades out.

While the song’s lyrics refer to convincing someone to dump their girlfriend, the video inverts all expectations by showing Grande flirt with the girlfriend throughout.

Without a doubt, queer fans loved the twist.

“Ok, on break up with your girlfriend, i’m bored, it was for SELF LOVE & FOR THE GAYS. We all win,” a Twitter user said.

Another said: “The bisexual energy exuding from this music video is everything my gay ass needed it to be. #20biteen is off to a great start. I don’t even got a girlfriend but imma break up with her.”

Though one user was critical and said: “give us an actual gay kiss, you cowards.”

This isn’t the only time Grande has seen her sexuality commented on.

LGBTI Twitter users were in a frenzy last year when an Apple music lyric mistranslation made fans think Grande had come out as bisexual. People thought Grande was talking about a mystery ‘Audrey’. But, in fact, the singer was saying ‘Ari’ in the Thank U, Next lyrics.

Check out the music video for Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I’m Bored below:

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