Ariana Grande
"I'm good, I promise," Ariana Grande tweeted to her fans after her split with Big Sean. Reuters

“One Last Time” singer Ariana Grande broke her silence after news of her split from Big Sean went viral. The pint-sized diva took to Twitter to address her fans as a single lady and let them know she’s OK.

"I love u babes so much," she wrote to her 28 million followers Tuesday. "You're a bunch of angels honestly. your love / care is appreciated so much. i'm good i promise." The message has since been deleted, but lives on news site likes USA Today.

In tweets that are still live on her page, she promoted the horror series “Scream Queens,” which stars Jamie Lee Curtis, Lea Michele and Emma Roberts. “Fun 1st day on set! thank u queens for making me feel so welcome. y'all are everything,” she wrote Monday. “2nd day working on @screamqueens and wow i love everyone here,” Grande added the next day.

The “Control” rapper seems to be doing well also. He appeared on Jimmy Fallon’s “Tonight Show” Monday and joked around with the cast. He was in good spirits when he played Pictionary with LL Cool J, Fallon and Rose Byrne. But when it came time to perform, tears welled up in Big Sean’s eyes as he dedicated his performance to his grandmother.

Grande, 21, and Big Sean, 27, split after Justin Bieber was caught putting his arms around the pop singer’s waist during a concert, but didn’t cite jealously or infidelity as a reason for their breakup.

The duo said the split was amicable and that they decided to part ways because of distance. “They made the decision to part ways because their conflicting touring schedules would keep them apart over the next year,” an insider told Us Weekly.

“They both deeply care for each other and remain close friends,” the stars said in a joint statement. “We kindly ask that the media respect their wish for privacy regarding this personal matter at this time."

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