Ariana Grande knew exactly how to handle the mild 2 Chainz drama.

After releasing her record-breaking single "7 Rings" this month, the Grammy-nominated singer was hit with multiple cultural appropriation claims. Rappers like Soulja Boy and Princess Nokia called out Ariana for allegedly stealing their respective styles on "7 Rings," while 2 Chainz suggested the track's official music video featured imagery that was very similar to his Pink Trap House attraction.

Soulja Boy, aka Draco, demanded Ariana give him credit for "7 Rings," which he claimed took cues from his 2010 hit "Pretty Boy Swag."

Out all of Ariana's accusers, 2 Chainz had the least bitter reaction, which is probably why the singer tapped Tityboi to assist the official "7 Rings" remix. Well played, Ariana.

You can check out the new record on all major streaming platforms. The original "7 Rings" track will appear on Ariana's fifth studio album Thank U, Next, which is expected to drop Feb. 8.