There's been a revolution among women lately that worries the f*ckboys of the world, and Ariana Grande is leading it.
Most recently, Ari hit back at her exes with the break up anthem of the century, "thank u, next".
Of course, with its major success, a straight man came along and turned the gorgeous song into a spiteful piece of hate.
Twitter user @_izzyofficial created a diss track toward his ex, and every female ex in the world to the beat of Ariana's song.
"You tellin' everyone it's my fault right?" raps angrily. He continues, "Really, I'm the victim!"
How fitting, right?
"Why the f*ck are you thanking me? That's a weird flex," he says. "F*ck my ex. You're the real definition of a devil in a dress.""
Mature. He seems to be missing the whole point of the song though, and Ariana isn't having it!
"nah but u turned it into something that expressed your own personal experience. that's tight. bravo. but still. thank u, next."
"i'm sure this felt great but ...... u missed the WHOLE point. i hope you're ..... okay."
The rapper later defending himself online.
"If you're mad: Understand, that cover was about MY ex. Lol nobody else's, or about the main focus of Ariana's song (in which she gave praise to hers.) If you're MAD mad: You're probably a female, and that video wasn't for you. Hence 'fellas, it's our turn'. Thank u, next."
We're gonna assume that his ex is NOT thankful for him.