While the sweet lyrics about a new love have many thinking it's about her current flame, Dalton Gomez, others believe there is a slight dig at her ex-fiancé.
In the song, Grande sings: "Heaven sent you to me. I'm just hoping I don't repeat history." However, the singer's cadence breaks down the word "repeat" as individual syllables which sound like "re" and "peat." Fans took it to reference "Pete" and their failed whirlwind romance.
"WAIT DID YALL CATCH THAT?? i’m just hoping i don’t re-PETE history maybe... i’m leaping," one fan tweeted.
"Ariana really said im just hoping i dont re(pete) history," another wrote, with an additional user writing, "'re-PETE history' did u get the sense ??"
Grande did specifically call out Davidson, as well as her ex-boyfriends, in her hit song, "Thank U, Next."
During a 2019 Vogue interview, Grande called her romance with the Saturday Night Live comedian "frivolous and fun" and "highly unrealistic." Davidson would later go on to criticize her description of their romance.
Grande, meanwhile, also announced on Friday that her sixth studio album, also titled Positions, will be released on Oct. 30.