G.O.O.D. Music’s Big Sean recently talked about his relationship with pop diva Ariana Grande and revealed what brought them together.
According to Sean, his relationship with Ariana stemmed from them being friends.
“It’s great, there’s nothing to complain about. We started out as friends, so that was the thing. It progressed from there. That’s the first time I’ve ever been in a situation where we started as friends and it progressed so that’s what it is. You know what it is? What I like in women is when they got drive and focus, you know what I mean? That’s what I like, I attach to, I appreciate, because I got drive, I got focus, too, and every day I’m like, you gotta get it.” (“The Real”)
Check out this steamy pic of Sean and Ariana on the next page..
Sean posted up a steamy pic alongside his girlfriend on Instagram Friday (February 20).
Recently, the G.O.O.D. Music stud talked about his romance with Grande.
“We started as friends,” he says. “I’d never done that. Usually you meet a girl and then start dating. We always saw each other in the studio, and we’d talk about songs we were working on. It was cool to have a girl that I could talk to about my problems. I did that with her. It’s not some fake-a**, inauthentic sh*t when I say we were friends. This is something special and I appreciate every moment of it.” But what about the pressures that come from dating another celebrity? Finding time to see each other? Having your love life in the news? “I don’t think about it like that,” Sean says. “You can’t be afraid, because when you’re afraid you don’t give it your all.” (Complex)
Last September, Sean addressed rumors of his “IDFWU” song being aimed at ex-fiancée Naya Rivera.
“Everybody got someone that they feel like that about, and if you don’t get someone you feel like that about, you felt like that at a time in your life, just having fun with it,” Sean said in an interview. “I sounded angry? I wasn’t angry. The funny thing about ‘I Don’t F*ck With You’ is I actually wrote that while I was in a relationship. I wasn’t like, bitter. I wrote that while I was with my ex. Obviously after a few things went down I went back and changed a couple words, but mainly the song was already there. It’s funny how things play out, but that song is an anthem. I love that song.” (MTV)