By now, it’s pretty well-known that Kehlani and YG’s relationship has become strained, to say the least. On Valentine’s Day, the duo released a new single titled “Konclusions,” which seemed to confirm that the west coast couple had reconciled following his alleged infidelity. Only a few days later, Kehlani dropped “Valentine’s Day (Shameful),” which alluded to a complete breakdown in that union. Now, the singer reveals a new single titled “Toxic,” which sees her seemingly admitting that she can sometimes be noxious with her significant other as well:

“Did right, we take turns being wrong/

I get real accountable when I’m alone/

I get real about it all when I’m alone/

It’s so crazy missin’ you when I get on…/”

The track sees production from KBeaZy and G. Ry, and — as with the aforementioned releases this year — will presumably appear on Kehlani’s official follow-up to 2017’s SweetSexySavage.

In related news, Kehlani will also be joining Justin Bieber in support of his “Changes Tour,” which will also see support provided by Jaden Smith. In the hopes that it’s not heavily affected by the world’s current issues at hand, the tour is set to kick off this May, running all over North America until September.

In the meantime, fans can check out Kehlani’s “Toxic” below.

“Changes Tour” 2020 dates:

May 14: Seattle — CenturyLink Field

May 17: Portland — Moda Center

May 19: Sacramento — Golden 1 Center

May 22: Santa Clara — Levi’s Stadium

May 26: San Diego — Pechanga Arena

May 29: Pasadena — Rose Bowl

June 2: Las Vegas — T-Mobile Arena

June 5: Glendale — Gila River Arena

June 9: Salt Lake City — Vivint Smart Home Arena

June 13: Denver — Pepsi Center

June 16: Lincoln — Pinnacle Bank Arena

June 19: Chicago — Soldier Field

June 21: Minneapolis — Target Center

June 24: Milwaukee — American Family Insurance Amphitheater

June 27: Houston — Toyota Center

June 28: Dallas — American Airlines Center

June 30: New Orleans — Smoothie King Center

July 6: Kansas City — Sprint Center

July 8: Tulsa — BOK Center

July 11: Nashville — Bridgestone Arena

July 13: St. Louis — Enterprise Center

July 15: North Little Rock — Simmons Bank Arena

July 18: Atlanta — Mercedes-Benz Stadium

July 21: Miami — American Airlines Arena

July 25: Tampa — Amalie Arena

July 27: Columbia — Colonial Life Arena

July 29: Greensboro — Greensboro Coliseum

August 1: Philadelphia — Lincoln Financial Field

August 4: Pittsburgh — PPG Paints Arena

August 6: University Park — Bryce Jordan Center

August 8: Columbus — Schottenstein Center

August 12: Louisville — KFC Yum! Center

August 14: Cleveland — Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse

August 16: Grand Rapids — Van Andel Arena

August 18: Lexington — Rupp Arena

August 21: Washington, D.C. — Capital One Arena

August 24: Buffalo — KeyBank Center

August 26: Albany — Times Union Center

August 30: Detroit — Little Caesars Arena

September 1: Ottawa — Canadian Tire Centre

September 3: Quebec City — Videotron Centre

September 10: Toronto — Rogers Centre

September 14: Montreal — Bell Centre

September 17: Foxborough — Gillette Stadium

September 26: East Rutherford — MetLife Stadium