While Cardi B might be inching her way to acquiring a shit ton of red bottoms by trademarking her signature pigeon-purr, "Okurrr," the ponytailed, doe-eyed diva Ariana Grande is putting money in the pockets of Michigan pensioners with her latest chart-topper, "7 Rings."
For those who may have escaped the incredibly catchy and strangely familiar pop bop "7 Rings," Grande borrows from "My Favorite Things," the classic song from 1959's The Sound of Music. But instead of preaching the blessings of kittens, mittens, and schnitzel with noodles from a mountain top, Grande flexes her self-sufficiency and expensive tastes (lashes, diamonds, ATM machines, and spoiling her bitches with riches.)
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