Ariana Grande is having a roller coaster of a week on social media.
The pop star first made waves Sunday on Instagram with a now-deleted post about JonBenet Ramsey, the 6-year-old child beauty queen who was killed in Colorado in 1996.
Grande's friend, Doug Middlebrook, shared a photo of a magazine with the child on the cover which read "JonBenet Arrest Made!" Middlebrook captioned the photo, "no one has done more covers."
The "Thank u, next" singer commented on the photo, "i cant WAIT for this to be your halloween look," to which Middlebrook responded, "working on it already."
Fans were quick to screenshot the post and comment on the singer's behavior on Twitter.
“Wait WHAT?? an 8-year-old (sic) girl who was violently killed, strangled and suffocated cannot be anyone’s costume,” one user wrote.
Wait WHAT?? an 8-year-old girl who was violently killed, strangled and suffocated cannot be anyone's costume... pic.twitter.com/MwaAXavyBE— IVAN (@ivanmoratroya) July 29, 2019
The singer apologized for her tweet late Sunday evening.
"Yeah no i deleted it very quickly and understand that it’s not at all funny. this was out of pocket and i sincerely apologize," she wrote.
Grande quickly took back to social media Monday afternoon with a drop of a teaser for her newest song "Boyfriend," out August 2.
The quick trailer shows Grande sporting her classic Ari high-pony, in what looks like she is trying to choose between two different men.
In less than 40 minutes, the video reached nearly 2 million views and tracked tons of comments, including from MTV's Music Video Awards account which wrote, "So excited," with a heart and heart-eyes emoji.
The singer was among the top nominees for this year's VMAs, racking up 10 nominations including a nod for video of the year.
This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Ariana Grande follows apology for JonBenet Ramsey joke with new song teaser