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Ariana Grande’s fans go wild for her new raunchy 34+35 track

She has launched her hotly-anticipated X-rated sixth studio album, Positions.

And one track in particular has caught the attention of Ariana Grande‘s fans, especially after they worked out the meaning behind its title, 34+35.

The pop star, 27, who dropped her new album on Friday, shared a lyric video for the raunchy track and her followers’ jaws dropped after listening.

Wow! One track in particular has caught the attention of Ariana Grande’s fans on her new album, especially after they worked out the meaning behind its title, 34+35

The lyrics to the song, which could be her sexiest yet, read: ‘Can you stay up all night? / F**k me ’til the daylight / Thirty-four, thirty-five.’

Countless numbers of Ariana’s shocked fans took to Twitter following the song’s release to share their opinion after it dropped.

Addressing the title of the song in the intro, she sings: ‘Means I wanna ’69′ with you / No sh-t / Math class / Never was good.’

Raunchy: The pop star, 27, who dropped her new album on Friday, shared a lyric video for the raunchy track and her followers' jaws dropped after listening

Raunchy: The pop star, 27, who dropped her new album on Friday, shared a lyric video for the raunchy track and her followers’ jaws dropped after listening

Fans took to Twitter in their droves, sharing a selection of memes to represent their reactions after realising the meaning behind the shock. 

One social media user shared a bemused picture of Shrek, alongside the caption: ‘Me after seeing the lyrics of 34+35.’

While another joked: ’34+35 is 69 lmao nice ari.’ 

Reaction: Fans took to Twitter in their droves, sharing a selection of memes to represent their reactions after realising the meaning behind the shock

Reaction: Fans took to Twitter in their droves, sharing a selection of memes to represent their reactions after realising the meaning behind the shock

Another person shared a Peppa Pig meme and wrote: ‘wait 34+35 = 69 omgg the song is about sex!?’

A different person shared a meme of Family Guy character Lois Griffin slipping into a sexy ensemble after listening to the track.

This isn’t the first time Ariana has caused a stir with the lyrics from a single on her new Positions album.

The title track set tongues wagging as some fans have theorized on Twitter that she’s calling out her ex Pete Davidson in the second line of the song.   

New look: Positions is the title track from Ariana's sixth studio album

New look: Positions is the title track from Ariana’s sixth studio album

After singing, ‘Heaven sent you to me,’ she adds in the second line, ‘I’m just hoping I don’t repeat history.’

Her fans singled in on the word ‘repeat,’ because she sings it with a lengthy and noticeable pause between ‘re’ and ‘peat.’

Multiple fans suggested on social media that she was intentionally referencing Pete’s name in the line.

Secret message? The title track set tongues wagging as some fans have theorized on Twitter that she's calling out her ex Pete Davidson in the second line of the song

Secret message? The title track set tongues wagging as some fans have theorized on Twitter that she’s calling out her ex Pete Davidson in the second line of the song

‘Wait wait wait. did ariana say “I’m just hopin I don’t re…PETE history” SHADY B***H,’ tweeted on user.

Another repeated her line while posting a gif of Pete Davidson sarcastically laughing.

After singling out the ‘repeat’ line, another fan added, ‘ain’t no way she paused for no reason???? GO BACK AND LISTEN TO THAT LINE OMG.’

‘#Ariana: I don’t re * long a** pause * peat (PETE) history,’ wrote one social media fan while adding a gif of Señor Chang from Community saying, ‘I’ll allow it.’

Deep cut: One person even noticed a connection between the line in Positions and Ariana's earlier song Pete Davidson, named after her then-boyfriend

Deep cut: One person even noticed a connection between the line in Positions and Ariana’s earlier song Pete Davidson, named after her then-boyfriend

Another fan joked, ‘don’t get me wrong no shade, but I wouldn’t want to repeat Pete either.’

One person even noticed a connection between the line in Positions and Ariana’s earlier song Pete Davidson, named after her then-boyfriend.

‘well idk if this is obvious but: when Ariana says: “Heave sent you to me/I’m just hoping I don’t re-PEAT history” PEAT = PETE, and in pete davidson song she says: “Fell from the sky into my lap” soo yeah that kinda relates i guess.’ 

Despite all the focus on Pete, he and Ariana only dated for five months.

The couple started their relationship in May of 2018, before announcing they had gotten engaged in June, but the two split by October of that year.

On the same page: Another fan joked, 'don't get me wrong no shade, but I wouldn't want to repeat Pete either'

On the same page: Another fan joked, ‘don’t get me wrong no shade, but I wouldn’t want to repeat Pete either’


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