People turned Ariana Grande lyrics into Women's March protest signs and they're political af

21 January 2019, 16:05 | Updated: 21 January 2019, 17:03

Ariana Grande "thank u next" poster
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Nicky Idika

By Nicky Idika

Who knew that these Ariana Grande lyrics would fit in perfectly at the Women's March?

Thousands of protestors attended the third annual Women's March this past weekend and many came armed with clever signs and slogans to show their solidarity. Pop culture related signs are always popular and, this year, lots of folks got creative with their favourite Ariana Grande lyrics.

Ariana's songs 'thank u, next', '7 rings' and 'God is a Woman' all got the political treatment as people put the popstar's lyrics on homemade signs and hit the streets.

There were plenty of "one taught me" signs to be seen.

The "one taught me love" lyric was a huge meme in 2018 so it's no surprise that people were inspired to incorporate the relatable lyric into their political protests.

And, of course, people said 'thank u, next' to misogyny.

"You like my rights? Gee, thanks. I want em."

Basically, Ari's lyrics were everywhere.

Ariana shared some of her favourites on Instagram stories which included a couple of well crafted "fuck u, next" posters.

What do you guys think? If you were attending a political event, which Ari lyric would you put on a sign?