Ariana Grande usually writes songs about her heartbreaks, but “7 Rings” is not one of them. While the song includes a few breakup references, this popular hit is more about her girls and money. It has a far deeper meaning than Grande’s fans credit it for.

Before “7 Rings,” Grande’s “Thank U, Next” talked about self-love and growth after breakup. The song “7 Rings,” on the other hand, is more about the friendship she shares with seven of her favorite girl pals and how they have helped her become the strong woman that she is today. It also talks about her money and how she’d rather “spend her riches” on her friends.

Through “7 Rings,” Grande tells the world how great she’s been doing with life with her girls around her. It’s also a modern take on the Rogers & Hammerstein hip-hop classic “My Favorite Things,” which Julie Andrews sang in “The Sound Of Music.” But why “7 Rings?”

After Grande’s highly controversial split from Pete Davidson, her Instagram followers feasted on the new diamond ring she was wearing in one of her Instagram photos. Apparently, she ditched her tear-shaped engagement ring from Davidson for a more precious diamond ring, which she was once again spotted wearing in another Instagram photo with a friend. In the photo, her friend was wearing exactly the same ring as Grande’s. Two days later, she shared a video of her with many of her other girl friends wearing the same rock as hers.

Grande later revealed on Twitter that “7 Rings” was about the seven diamond rings she got for herself and six of her closest friends. It turned out that after her split from Davidson, she splurged on jewelry after a rough day in New York with her friends. According to her, her squad took her to Tiffany & Co., and that’s when she impulsively bought diamond rings for all seven of them.

“…On the way back to the stu [studio] njomza was like ‘bitch, this gotta be a song lol.’ so we wrote it that afternoon,” Grande tweeted, referring to her friend Njomza. The other friends she bought diamond rings for include Tayla Parx, Victoria Monet, Alexa Luria, Courtney Chipolone and Kaydence.

Ariana Grande Ariana Grande performs at Billboard Women In Music 2018 on December 6, 2018, in New York City. Mike Coppola/Getty Images for Billboard