Pete Davidson and Ariana Grande might be over, but none of us will forget the song she dedicated to him on her Sweetener album, titled "Pete Davidson".
Fans believe they have found a hidden message in the song, which makes things awkward now considering... you know.
According to E!, “a fan listening to the track, which is also called ‘Pete Davidson,’ recently noticed that Ariana ‘repeatedly used the guitar chords B, A and E throughout the song—spelling out the word ‘bae.'”
It could be a stretch, but Ariana is known for putting little gems like that through her songs.
The last song on her Sweetener album is 5 minutes and 22 seconds long. There is 40 seconds of silence on the end of the song to get it to that timeframe. The Manchester attack happened on May 22, with 22 fans losing their lives.
The silence is a tribute to those 22 people lost.
A fan tweeted: “Ariana’s new album is amazing. The silence at the end of the album to make the last song be 5 minutes and 22 seconds has me tearing up. #OneLoveManchester #sweetener @ArianaGrande bravo.”
This article originally appeared in GIRLFRIEND.