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Decrypting Ariana Grande’s Cryptic ‘Mango’ Tweet Series (Revealed)

Ariana Grande is always on the news, and for good reasons as well. The singer had a stellar year in 2018 and it continues to 2019 with her newest studio album ‘thank u, next‘ inspired by her recent breakups. Recently she performed at the 2019 iHeartRadio Music Awards, and she is preparing to kick off her ‘Sweetener’ tour. Ari was also featured on “Rule The World” by 3 Chainz on his latest album. Ariana is all over the news with her work and today she Tweeted about a mango.

Yes, the 25-year-old, “7 rings” singer went on Twitter to send out several messages on a mysterious mango. The fans have been cracking their skulls to decode this cryptic Tweet.

First, Ariana Grande dropped a Tweet about a ‘mango’ out of nowhere. No context and no explanation: “nah…a mango.”

Next, even more eerily, Ariana Grande re-Tweeted a Tweet from 2013 on the same subject: “I never don’t want mango.”

Later, Ari Tweeted a GIF of Tinker Bell. We are not sure how this is related to the ‘mango’ at hand, but Tinker Bell’s colours look like she is a mango here.

Lastly, Ari pinned a Tweet about the mango-a poem by an Indian scholar, musician and poet from India named Amir Khusrow. He lived during the years of 1253 to 1325 and he has been dubbed as the father of ‘Urdu’ literature. This poem is one from a collection of prose of Amir Khusrow’s book ‘In the Bazaar of Love.’

Fans have already started speculating new music from Ariana Grande as teased by these cryptic ‘mango’ Tweets. The closest explanation to a musical title uncovered would be ‘man go‘ meaning a man may have left her.

It is also noteworthy that Ari had previously Tweeted about this topic back in 2013. So, does she have an unreleased song from 6 years ago? It’s not impossible.

Ari could drop a brand new single ahead of her upcoming ‘Sweetener’ tour to increase the hype.

Whichever the case is, we will hear some new news from Ariana Grande in the days to come. Stay tuned for the latest updates.

In the mean time, do let us know your theories of this cryptic ‘mango’ themed Tweets by Ari in the comments below.

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