Why Ariana Grande Fans Are Promoting a "7 Rings" Boycott

Arianators have started the #Boycott7Rings movement on Twitter, but it's out of their dedication to the singer.

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Ariana Grande is currently experiencing a high in her career, thanks to her hit song "Thank U, Next." and the album that followed. Her tremendous success has naturally translated into the growth of a loyal, and overly devoted fan base. However, her followers have taken their love for the singer to a new and hilarious height. 

Grande's fans began promoting the #Boycott7Rings movement on Twitter to dethrone the single and propel her other Thank U, Nextsong "Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I'm Bored" to the number one spot. In order to secure the song's dominance over "7 Rings," fans are asking that streams be relocated to "Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I'm Bored." The orchestra of Arianators caught Grande's attention, which is when the singer decided to weigh in. 

"y'all are so insane and funny and i love you," the singer tweeted. "Nothings funnier than ‘boycott seven rings’..... i can’t lmao. whatever’s meant to be will be, babies, i ain’t goin nowhere." However Grande didn't stop there. After one of Ariana's fans asked the singer to use the hashtag herself, in a now-deleted tweet Grande wrote "r u happy now," before acknowledging how insane this mission is. 

The Thank U, Next artist currently holds the number one spot on the Billboard Hot 100 with her hit single "7 Rings." The song followed up the singer's title track "Thank U, Next" which sat at the top the rankings for seven weeks. 

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