• Ariana Grande dropped her new single "Positions" Friday
  • Grande's fans think some of her lyrics may be a dig at her ex, Pete Davidson
  • Grande and the comedian got engaged in June 2018 but called it off four months later

The lyrics of Ariana Grande's new single, "Positions," have some of her fans speculating that she may be taking a dig at her ex-fiancé, Pete Davidson.

On Friday, Grande finally dropped her new song "Positions," which she earlier teased on Twitter. After listening to the single, fans have taken to social media to share their thoughts on Grande's latest offering, including who she may be referencing in her lyrics.

Some are convinced that "Positions" is about her romance with new flame Dalton Gomez, while others believe she may have thrown shade at the "Saturday Night Live" star.

"Heaven sent you to me. I'm just hoping I don't repeat history," Grande sings.

Some Twitter users pointed out that the 27-year-old pop star separates the "re" from the "peat," putting emphasis on the latter, which sounds like Davidson's first name.

"AIT DID YALL CATCH THAT?? I’m just hoping I don’t re-PETE history maybe... I’m leaping," one commented.

"Ariana really said I'm just hoping I don't re(pete) history," another wrote.

"omg yall she said 'i’m just hoping i don’t re-PETE history' and took a break in between re PETE," a third fan commented.

Aside from speculating about the meaning of her lyrics, fans also didn't forget to shower Grande with praise for her latest song.

"I have no words to say how much I love positions I’m obsessed, the only thing I wanna do for the rest of the day is replay it again and again... I’m so proud of Ariana, she’s incredible love her sm," one fan tweeted.

Grande and Davidson dated briefly and got engaged in June 2018. However, they called off their engagement four months later.

When they were still together, Davidson got multiple tattoos in honor of Grande, including her bunny-ear mask from her "Dangerous Woman" album cover behind his left ear. However, he altered all his Ariana-inspired ink after they parted ways.

Meanwhile, an unnamed insider told People at the time that their split hadn't been a shock to the people around them because the pair had a whirlwind romance. In fact, some had already expected that their relationship wouldn't work, per the source.

“It was way too much too soon,” the source close to Grande told People in 2018. “It’s not shocking to anyone.”

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U.S. singer-songwriter Ariana Grande is pictured at the 2020 Grammy Awards red carpet. AFP/VALERIE MACON