A lot of people are angry about Ariana Grande's new hit

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Grande also poses outside with her friends on the front lawn and dances on a kitchen counter during the video.

The Thank U, Next singer - who famously dated Mac Miller and Pete Davidson - is practically unrecognisable without her knee-high boots and iconic ponytail.

Soulja Boy alleged that Grande stole from his song Pretty boy swag. Rapper Princess Nokia also took to social media to play "7 Rings" alongside her single "Mine", citing similarities. "Hmm ... sounds about white". The song was an instant rage all thanks to Grande's rants, oops we mean rap, about her money, Tiffany rings and so on.

While Nokia did not directly mention Grande, she is said to have liked a tweet by a fan who wrote that the pop star "literally steals flows, words, bars from Nokia".

A rep for Grande did not immediately return Fox News' request for comment on her alleged copying or cultural appropriation. Naturally, the internet caught wind of the beef before Grande had a chance to delete it. Just two months after the former Nickelodeon star released her Thank You, Next album that caused quite a meme-stir, the 25-year-old released yet another album, '7 Rings'.

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Listeners were shocked to find a resemblance between Ariana's hit track and U.S. rapper, Soulja Boy's song, Pretty Boy Swag.

He followed up with, "Lol stop stealing my swag".

But 7 Rings was quickly flooded with accusations that aspects of the song and video had been borrowed from others, and that one of Grande's lyrics, about fake hair, is racist.

Davis is the mind behind several of Grande's music video's, including "Thank U, Next", "Breathin" and "Love Me Harder".

"7 Rings" has since broke the Spotify 24-hour record with almost 15-million streams. "It's never my intention to offend anybody", she wrote.

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