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Set It Off drummer Maxx Danziger has taken to social media to share his hilarious relationship with Ariana Grande’s single “7 Rings.” Apparently, because of the song, Danziger has now learned the existence of hair extensions.

It is likely Danziger found out about the age-old fashion phenomenon because of the song’s line, “You like my hair? Gee, thanks, just bought it.”

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“7 rings taught me that apparently u can just BUY a ponytail and clip that shit in,” Danziger says in a tweet. “WILD.”

To make matters even funnier, fans are further schooling Danziger about the fashion choice. One fan even shared a photo of her and Danziger while wearing her own hair extensions.

Oddly enough, fans are now offering to buy Danziger his own ponytail.

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Despite Danziger’s hilarious response, the reception to Grande’s single has not always been as positive. Recently, Grande was accused of ripping off Princess Nokia’s “Mine.”

Additionally, Princess Nokia claimed that Grande’s song was appropriative of black women and their relationship with their hair.  

“Hmm… Does that sound familiar to you? ‘Cause that sounds really familiar to me,” Princess Nokia says. “Oh my God. Ain’t that the little song I made about brown women and their hair? Hm, sounds about white.”

However, the plot continued to thicken after Princess Nokia was accused of beat theft herself. The rapper came under fire when a Producer KRS claimed she stole the beat from a sample pack with another artist by the name of Oshi.

Ariana Grande’s record Thank U, Next is set to arrive February 8. You can pre-order your copy of it here.

Check out “7 Rings” below.

Additionally, Set It Off’s album Midnight dropped last week and is available now.

They’ll be kicking off their U.S. leg in February followed by Europe in April. You can check out the U.S. dates below and pick up tickets here.

Dates:

02/15 — Las Vegas, NV @ Hard Rock Hotel
02/16 — Pomona, CA @ The Glass House
02/17 — Santa Cruz, CA @ The Catalyst
02/19 — Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theater
02/20 — Seattle, WA @ El Corazon
02/23 — Salt Lake City, UT @In The Venue
02/24 — Denver, CO @ Marquis Theatre

02/26 — Chicago, IL @ Metro
02/27 — Pontiac, MI @ Crofoot Ballroom
02/28 — New York, NY @ Gramercy Theatre
03/02 — Millvale, PA @ Mr. Smalls Theatre
03/03 — Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer
03/05 — Cleveland Heights, OH @ Grog Shop
03/06 — Toronto, ON @ Mod Club

03/08 — Boston, MA @ Paradise Rock Club
03/09 — Baltimore, MD @ Baltimore Soundstage
03/10 — Greensboro, NC @ Blind Tiger
03/12 — West Columbia, SC @ New Brookland Tavern
03/13 — Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
03/15 — Orlando, FL @ The Abbey
03/18 — Dallas, TX @ 2513 Deep Ellum

03/19 — Houston, TX @ White Oak Music Hall
03/20 — San Antonio, TX @ Alamo City Music Hall
03/22 — Mesa, AZ @ The Nile
03/23 — West Hollywood, CA @ The Roxy
03/24 — San Francisco, CA @ Great American Music Hall

What do you think about Maxx Danziger’s recent discovery? Sound off in the comments below.

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